I've recently become aware that those who are investigating the PBCC at the moment may not be aware, interested in or informed about the fact that the HEB practises gender segregation. I'm worried that MPs, the Charity Commission, lawyers, academics etc may never have had an in depth conversation with an HEB woman.
Am I right in thinking that in the meeting women sit apart from (behind?) men? Is my memory correct that when a photo of a classroom in a UK HEB school was published earlier this year the girl pupils were sitting behind the boys? Is it still true that women in the meeting room are not allowed to contribute to the discussions about the Bible etc?