It Does Not Have to be “ME TOO”

The Jewish Voice - - EDITORIAL -

Dear Edi­tor:

Many women are com­ing for­ward say­ing "me too." I have been asked by many read­ers to write an ar­ti­cle re­gard­ing what we have learned from Har­vey We­in­stein and his be­hav­ior. If you don't agree with me please don't at­tack me for my opinions. Har­vey We­in­stein, is a man. By na­ture, men chase women and want to have sex with them. Ju­daism is aware of man's na­ture and speaks ve­he­mently re­gard­ing hu­man be­hav­ior. Many women state that they can dress any way they wish and flirt all they want and when they say "no" it means no. The prob­lem is men and women are not the same. Men are from Mars and women are from Venus.

Jewish law prides it­self upon its laws of mod­esty. The Rab­bis un­der­stood the dif­fer­ent na­ture of men and women. Men must be taught from a very young age, by their par­ents, that women must be re­spected. Women must be taught by their par­ents, how to stand up to men and even phys­i­cally de­fend them­selves and how to judge a man re­gard­ing his val­ues and re­spect for women. It is im­por­tant for women to un­der­stand they can­not change the ba­sic na­ture of a man. Un­for­tu­nately many men and women feel that by us­ing their sex­ual prow­ess they can gain ac­cess to power and wealth. In the end, their re­ward might turn into a hell of degra­da­tion.

Sin­cerely Rabbi Dr. Bern­hard Rosen­berg

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