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Things have changed since you were young. Last year, my matchmaking service, Dating Ring , stirred up some controversy when we flew a group of women cross country. We did this because we realized there were twice as many single women in New York, and almost the opposite problem in San Francisco. It was mostly a joke, on our part. But after just one weekend, two out of the 16 women ended up moving across the country for love! I wish I had better numbers to back up just how insane this is, but even without them, just trust me -- it is.
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The Myth of the Nice Jewish Boy - Alma
Three years ago, I went on my first date with my Jewish boyfriend. I marveled at the normal size of his nose, the fact that he was neither a doctor nor a lawyer, and the fact that he happily treated to quite an expensive dinner, no hesitation noticeable. In an effort to save you from the same mistakes and misconceptions I suffered, here are a few tips. She has actually just called you a pig.
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25 Things You Need To Know If You Want To Date A Jewish Guy
I find it increasingly odd that any man over 21 is calling himself an NJB. This idea of naivete can only go so far. Why would anyone want to date someone who is naive?
An acquaintance gave a few of us a ride after the annual post-Yom Kippur feast. Stuffed with bagels, lox, kugel, and every kind of pound cake imaginable, the four of us chatted happily about life in D. Debates about intermarriage, or marriage outside of the faith, are common in the Jewish community, but her question still struck me as remarkable. Here were four twentysomething women who hardly knew each other, already talking about the eventuality of marriage and apparently radical possibility that we would ever commit our lives to someone unlike us. If the same question had been asked about any other aspect of our shared identities—being white, being educated, coming from middle or upper-middle class backgrounds—it would have seemed impolite, if not offensive.