Modern orthodoxy is really such a pain in the neck group to write about these days. Back in the 80’s and early 90’s there was just plain old modern orthodox. The women wore pants and the men played ball on Shabbos – you didn’t see too many seforim lying around the house and the living room was devoted to a big entertainment system with home filmed VHS videos piled on either said. Then kids started flipping out during their year in Israel and the peaceful lives of modern orthodox families were changed forever. I think frumster was the first website to realize the vast differences between left wing and right wing modern orthodox and hence the reason I have to write two posts about what stuff modern orthodox Jews like.
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