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comment Can a man who has undergone a gender change give his wife a Get?
@gershon, why??
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comment Can a man who has undergone a gender change give his wife a Get?
@DoubleAA, he must not hold like the Rav.
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awarded Nice Question
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comment Would a convert/Ba'al Teshuvah have to remove any tattoos they may have?
"According to many poskim, removing a tattoo involves "wounding" yourself. Therefore, it is generally prohibited to a Jew to inflict pain upon himself in order to remove the tatoo. " Sorry to nitpick, but can you reference one?
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comment Etymology/connection between Ari, Aryeh, Yehudah, Leib, and Leibel
@double "I always thought x" is perfect for a comment, not an answer.
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comment Would a convert/Ba'al Teshuvah have to remove any tattoos they may have?
But my question is not about preventing a conversion; it's about an obligation, as a Jew, to remove the tattoo.
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comment Would a convert/Ba'al Teshuvah have to remove any tattoos they may have?
But would they have to?
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comment Tzanua...Not Tznius!
Who's misusing these? The Gemara itself uses such verbs and verb phrases as nouns. The Anglicization (or Yeshivishization) of these words in that pattern might strike you as more unpleasant, but it's not original to English or new by any stretch. You can see it frequently in more "recent" Halachic literature, such as 17th century supercommentaries on the Shulhan 'Aruch.
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comment words often mispronounced
Hmm, I never tagged @Alex. Sorry about that!
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awarded Popular Question
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comment Etymology/connection between Ari, Aryeh, Yehudah, Leib, and Leibel
I think this may be better as a comment, not an answer.
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comment Etymology/connection between Ari, Aryeh, Yehudah, Leib, and Leibel
I think this might be better suited as a comment than an answer.
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awarded Citizen Patrol
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comment Who is the author of "תוספות "אילמלי on כתובות ל״ג עמ׳ ב׳?
@msh210 thanks for the formatting help! It drove me crazy trying to get that formatting to work.
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revised Source that Avraham's tent was open on all sides?
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comment Source that Avraham's tent was open on all sides?
I'd posit that it was not a parallel tradition, as the author suggests, but a comparison that led to the tradition.
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answered Source that Avraham's tent was open on all sides?
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comment Was this person ALWAYS a mamzer, or did he become one?
@yishai, you're right. I misread the question. I don't see a difference between retroactive mamzeruth and clarifying that it was always so.
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comment Was this person ALWAYS a mamzer, or did he become one?
@yishai, Clint, Why would previous children of his be mamzerim if he only became a mamzer from that point forward?
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