Head-Covering (8)

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Hello! The Rav of our shul recommended that I read through your articles on Hair Covering and I am so glad that I did! I have signed up to your email list and feel so glad that you are sharing such wonderful Torah in English! We recently moved apartm...
Hi, I've been curious for a while but never knew who to ask. I'm worried if I ask a sheital macher that they will think this question is rude or judgemental. But I'm really only wonderig for myself, I am not judging someone else who wears a sheital. ...
Should a married woman cover her hair in front of extended family members (father, brother, uncle, grandfather, father-in-law)?
Is there an issue with a husband seeing his wife's uncovered hair during davening or Shema?
I'm in quarantine for COVID-19, and on zoom video conferences from home a lot. Do I need to have my head covered?
Does the obligation to cover your hair in public apply regardless of whether men are around? For example: if you are in a friend's apartment with only women, or if you are in an office building but having a private meeting with another woman, and the...
Whats the halachic basis for leaving out the hair tied up into a bun at the back with a mitpachat (scarf)?
Is using a kippah fall to cover one's hair supported by the sources?