I grant you that the example is sounds far fetched, but first it's Rashi, on the statement from Rabbi Akva, and secondly if the relation between a man and his wife is that tense that "even burnt toast" can cause him to get upset, well . . . Do you get the message? Negia, well, that too. Ask women that work in offices where there are men who . . . "don't know where they're going". It can be exaggerated, but the princple that a female body is not a piece of meat means "don't touch": unless there is a reason. That some people raised in Obervant families leave the fold , one hopes is not the arrogance but a process that some young people undergo sometimes. One hopes it's peacable, and when it's not it's regreable.
About 2,000 demonstrators protest 'occupation policy and fascist settlers' in Nazareth (Haaretz)
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