I quote her:
...if Hashkes acted provocatively by taking her shirt off in public, she did so to challenge the disturbing, traction-gaining notion that a woman’s existence in public space—the bare fact of her bodily presence—is itself provocative. So, Sarit Hashkes, allow me to add my plaudit to those already offered you by your 3,300-plus supporters. Brava, and—if I may be so bold—encore.
I left this comment there:
I'm sorry, or better, disappointed in myself, that I cannot comprehend the support Ms. Hashkes has received here for purposefully breaking up an event of exultation during the holiday of Sukkot by exposing herself in her lingerie, thus proving to the Chabadniks (not your normal fanatic religious extremist Ultra-Orthodox - did I leave out an adjective?) that secular women are basically immoral sluts.
Oh, the "S." in S. Samuel?
It stands for Sigal, a female name.