But you'll find plenty of Orthodox families with two to three kids.
(In my circles, the average is four to five.) We do not all believe in "having as many children as God gives us." Many of us believe that God gave us birth control for a reason and that there is a time and a place for it.
Which is pretty funny because she's SEEN my sheets. And none of my friends who cover their hair do either.
Don't assume that because you don't see us being overtly sexual we aren't doing so in private places.
Possible reasons for using it could include mental health, physical exhaustion, physical health, recovering between kids.
It's only a small segment of the Hasidic community that does.
Why do I cover my hair in the first place, then, and with *gasp* a wig that makes me look beautiful?
And in terms of the news headlines, I've noticed a trend.
When a more "moderate" type of Orthodox Jew makes the news, he or she is rarely called "Orthodox." Case in point: Tamir Goodman was dubbed "the Jewish Jordan" by Sports Illustrated — not the "Orthodox Jewish Jordan." America's Got Talent semi-finalist Edon was referred to as "kippah clad," never Orthodox.