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==Miscillaneous interactions==
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==Miscellaneous interactions==
# A man may not ask a woman to make his bed in front of him, pour his cup of wine, or wash his hands or feet because these lead one to think inappropriately about women ([[Hirhur]]).<ref>Gemara Kiddushin 70a, Rambam (Ishut 21:5), S"A EH 21:5</ref> Some are lenient in a public place if that if the common practice.<ref>Rama EH 21:5</ref>
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# A man may not ask a woman to make his bed in front of him, pour his cup of wine, or wash his hands or feet because these lead one to think inappropriately about women ([[Hirhur]]).<ref>Gemara [[Kiddushin]] 70a, Rambam (Isurei Biyah 21:5), S"A EH 21:5</ref> Some are lenient in a public place if that if the common practice.<ref>Rama EH 21:5</ref>
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# If it forbidden for a man to interact inappropriately with a woman who is forbidden to himself, even just signaling or winking at her inappropriately is forbidden.<ref>S"A EH 21:1</ref>
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Revision as of 20:01, 7 December 2014

There are numerous Biblical and rabbinic injunctions restricting the interactions between men and women in order to preserve appropriate conduct and the dignity of everyone. touching, staring inappropriately, speaking together inappropriately, listening to her voice, or even thinking about women inappropriately.


Specific Restrictions


General Issue

Miscellaneous interactions

  1. A man may not ask a woman to make his bed in front of him, pour his cup of wine, or wash his hands or feet because these lead one to think inappropriately about women (Hirhur).[1] Some are lenient in a public place if that if the common practice.[2]
  2. If it forbidden for a man to interact inappropriately with a woman who is forbidden to himself, even just signaling or winking at her inappropriately is forbidden.[3]

Sources

  1. Gemara Kiddushin 70a, Rambam (Isurei Biyah 21:5), S"A EH 21:5
  2. Rama EH 21:5
  3. S"A EH 21:1