A few weeks ago, I sent a letter to the Voice of Lakewood. It read:
With all due respect to Rabbi Yehuda Braun, many of the Halachos of Tznius are subjective, and vary from place to place. There is no question that it is Assur for a woman to drive in New Square – where the local Minhag and Rabbonim forbid it. Similarly, in Kiryas Joel a woman may not wear (only) a Sheitel. Would you suggest that all Lakewood women adopt these practices?
Someone who has a question about whether a certain activity is or is not Tzniusdik, would do well to refer the issue to our local Rabbonim, who are eminently capable of deciding.
Moshe Yehuda Gluck
It was printed with minor changes. This Friday I received the following anonymous letter in the mail. It is reproduced here for your edification. (Click the picture for a larger version.)