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Don't assume that because you don't see us being overtly sexual we aren't doing so in private places. " People assume that because we're outwardly modest that our modesty continues behind closed doors. A wife's sexual satisfaction is actually part of her marital contract, and if her husband doesn't fulfill his end of the deal, it's grounds for divorce.And Nachmanides, another great rabbi from almost 1,000 years ago, essentially described the Big Bang Theory in these writings (Google "Nachmanides Big Bang Theory" to see for yourself.) There's an OLD tradition for not reading the creation account as seven literal days.Are there Orthodox Jews who do not believe in the Big Bang Theory and evolution? But there are many of us who believe that Torah has room to include these scientific principles.
It's only a small segment of the Hasidic community that does.When a more "moderate" type of Orthodox Jew makes the news, he or she is rarely called "Orthodox." Case in point: Tamir Goodman was dubbed "the Jewish Jordan" by Sports Illustrated — not the "Orthodox Jewish Jordan." America's Got Talent semi-finalist Edon was referred to as "kippah clad," never Orthodox.But when child molesters hit the news — Nechemya Weberman, for instance — you'd better believe they're called "Orthodox" or "ultra-Orthodox" in those instances.The only Orthodox Jewish characters in popular media are "Hasidic Jews." A more modern variety of Orthodoxy or just less Hasidic one just doesn't exist in Hollywood.And in terms of the news headlines, I've noticed a trend.
Does Judaism consider men and women to be different physically, emotionally, and spiritually? But different in a yin-and-yang sort of way, not a in a Coke-Pepsi sort of way (Coke clearly being the superior of the two). We believe in celebrating women's unique womanhood, not trying to make her more like a man. Go out and meet some Orthodox Jewish women yourself and see directly from them how they're treated. (Did I mention that my husband is an excellent cook?! She had no real knowledge of the Orthodox community, yet she INSISTED that Orthodox women don't (and can't) work.