One of the problems those men among us who attend Conservative and Reform synagogues have to contend with is that sometimes women, uh, wear the same religious paraphanelia we do. It’s not uncommon to see a woman wear a kipah (yarmulke, or what the Pope wears on his head sometimes) or even a tallit.
Now while we all want to participate in our worship in the same way, let’s face it, it takes away from our masculinity to have women wear exactly the same religious objects. It may also take away from their femininity, even if the kippah or tallit does have all kinds of charming patterns and colors.
Finally, however, there is a solution. Yup, the Yarmulkebra.
By the way, to those who were wondering, I most admire the Boobooshka model.
Hat tip to Ace of Spades.