"The Challenge of Unmarried Women: Does Defining Them as a Problem Meet a Social Need",
, Edah Journal , 4 ,2 , 2004 , 6-12.
This article argues for the need of traditional Jewish community to rethink the ways it regards the status of single women, understanding that for many singleness is not a temporary condition. This recognition has implications for both ritual and the traditional social structure of the observant Jewish community.
"Life As a Happy Single Person",
, Jewish Action , 2008 , Spring , 62-63.
In this upbeat article, Devora Jaye tells the reader that you can be single and still live a happy, full life.
"Non-Nuclear Families in a Traditional World",
, JOFA 5th International Conference , 2004 .
One woman's story of her experiences with the reactions of the Orthodox community to non-nuclear family arrangements such as single parents.
"Aiken, Lisa Guide for the Romantically Perplexed",
, 2004 .
A step-by-step guide for singles and married couples that describes how to find a mate and keep that mate for life.
"Gender Relationships in Marriage and Out",
, 2007 .
This book, which focuses on issues of marriage, sexuality, and relationships, is comprised of 12 essays that originated as papers delivered during the Orthodox Forum in New York City in 2005. The essays can be divided into three categories. The first contains two essays about rabbinic attitudes to sexuality. The second group of articles addresses the phenomenon of the growing number of Jewish singles and the later ages at which Jewish men and women marry. The last group includes discussions of pre-marital guidance about sexuality and marriage. There is also a chapter about the development of a curriculum to provide comprehensive life values and intimacy education.