I was browsing in a Judaica store in a Hasidic part of Brooklyn and stumbled on what was labeled a “Women’s Siddur”!
I had previously seen a very old one of these in the Metropolitan Museum of Art on loan from the Jewish Theological Seminary.
Who are these Women’s Siddurs for? What makes them different from other/ordinary Siddurs? Why do we have them? Which movements of Judaism use them? Do they have a history? Can anyone tell me more about them—especially anyone with experience using them? Are there such things as Feminist Siddurs?