This leads to the incorporation of feminist ideas and respects the women rights. Traditionally, this was not the case. Now, mixed seating is a legal practice. However, Committee on Jewish Law and Standards in 1973 voted for women not to be rabbis or cantors (Prell 159). This displays how women were still restricted to a great extent. This has been addressed and women were given a greater and equal right. That is, women are now legally allowed to serve as rabbi.
In conclusion it can be said that even though the perception of women in Judaism is to grant them limited freedom. That is, for example, men do not like their women to go out and socialize a lot. However, education and awareness can change this traditional thinking. All though women have greater and almost equal rights as men, the traditional mind set needs to be altered, as this alone would give way to the incorporation of feminist