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Tzni'ut (tznee-oot) — lit., Hidden; in Jewish law, modesty. Tzniut applies to attire, to general behavior, and even to speech patterns
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Attire: Men: Tzni'ut
Attire: Men: Tzni'ut: Guidelines
Introduction to Tzni'ut
Introduction to Tzni'ut
Tzni’ut , or modesty, is the concept of not standing...
Attire: Women: Tzni'ut
Attire: Tzni'ut Guidelines for Women
To dress tzenu’a , women should: Cover torso to elbows...
Attire: Women: Tzni'ut
Attire: Women: Tzni'ut: Lifeguard
If no female lifeguard is available, a male lifeguard may guard and...
Attire: Sleeping Covered
Sleeping Covered
A person should be covered with something when sleeping.  This may...
Kri'a: Who Tears
Women and Kri'a
Women do kri’a . To avoid exposing her body when tearing, a woman...

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