Over the past fifty years, images of women have been disappearing from ultra-Orthodox and eventually Orthodox publications. Despite their communities' restrictions on internet usage among their followers, ultra-Orthodox women continue to be presented publicly on the internet at the same time that women's images and identities in ultra-Orthodox communities have been subject to erasure. The public personas of these women as they appear online navigate their community standards of modesty, rabbinical authority, and their gendered religious identities