In response to Martin Stern’s “Surprised” and Joseph Feld’s “Agree to Disagree” stringently idiosyncratic take on the “cross-dressing” verse of Deuteronomy 22:5 (Your Say, May 31), Rambam did not say what Mr. Stern attributes to him about the wearing of tzizit by women. To further elaborate, Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik’s grandchild, Tzipporah Twersky, back when she was an undergraduate at Harvard’s Radcliffe, wore pants. Twersky is the daughter of Isadore Twersky, professor of Jewish Studies at Harvard University and known as the Tolner Rebbe. It is unthinkable that she would have worn pants without both her father’s and grandfather’s approval. … When it comes to this matter of halacha [Jewish law], are gdolim [Torah giants] Rav Soloveitchik and Professor Twersky wrong?