Ever wondered if powerful groundbreaking women exist in the Orthodox Jewish world? Well, they exist, and they're amazing. Take a look below at 3 women bringing Jewish Femininity alive in this millennial.
Its 2018, the age of feminism, women are stronger than ever. The average orthodox Jewish women spends her day at school or work, being single or raising a family but how would a Jewish religious woman make a difference when making a difference is only getting harder to do? Take a look below and get inspired.
Groundbreaking ideas and solutions are incredibly hard to come by nowadays, everybody has an opinion and a solution but differentiating yourself from others is where it gets tough. Not everyone can do it. When a women shows her fierce unfiltered self, that is the true courage of what a millenial women should be doing, these are the women that everyone can learn from. Mayim Bialik who is not afraid to voice her opinions, Mimi Hecht, co- founder of "mimumaxi", updating her 44K Instagram followers on humanity and acceptance in modesty is what makes the world go round, or wether its 'Flatbush Girl' Adina Miles who is running for political office as District Seat under the Democrat Party. Since the beginning of time women have had to stand behind the men of the house and act only when they were told, it states so in the Torah and in Halacha, but today, women are breaking rules with modesty, courage and chutzpah and naturally that creates an uproar.
1. Mayim Bialik
One of the leading actresses in hit tv series "Big Bang Theory". Mayim runs a Youtube Channel where she discusses various topics including Judaism and Religion.
Why we're impressed: Mayim is a leading Hollywood actress and religious Jewish woman who is not afraid to speak her mind to her millions of followers, Mayim is not afraid to create an uproar and be vocal about what she believes in.
2. Mimi & Mushky
Mimi and Mushky, Modern Hassidic women living in Brooklyn, mothers to young children and owners of Mimumaxi, an online store where they sell their own specially designed modest, chic clothing. This duo has been featured in Vogue, Refinery 29 and many more.
Why were impressed: in a world where orthodox hassidic women do not usually step out of the house, build their own business and have a voice. These two swam on their own and built their fashion modest empire from the ground up.
3. Leah Gottfried
Leah, a YU and NYU film Alumni, in her mid 20s, director and actor of Youtube Web Series "Soon By You", comedy series about a group of young adults living in New York in the Jewish Orthodox dating world.
Why we're impressed: Leah is one of the only orthodox young women in the world who have successfully written, directed and receive funding for a web series.
Watch the first full episode of Soon By You here