Jews dating nonjews
This idea of Jewish exclusivity is not true for other major Jewish dating sites that have a policy to allow non Jews to use their dating platforms.
While they don’t openly invite non Jews to join their sites, they don’t dissuade them from joining if they choose to do so. “not willing to convert” On the one hand you might say that giving non Jews the option to identify themselves serves the same purpose as not letting on the site.
But I wasn't willing to break up with my boyfriend.
I’m willing to venture a guess that most of us are on JDate to find dates who are “J.” In other words, it’s probably important for most of us to meet other Jewish people to date and ultimately marry.
And he didn’t have one Jewish parent or some distant Jewish relatives, or heck, even Jewish friends – he was not even familiar with Judaism.
It would be one thing if Dan had advertised his Christian status on the site and Sarah agreed to meet him with this knowledge, but he hadn’t.
I didn't think he would have had the heart to do it, but the relationship ended before his will was tested.
In Hebrew School, they taught all of us little Jews that our people were God's "chosen people." They also taught us lots of other things, like how to read and write Hebrew, and which foods are kosher, but they didn't really do anything to prepare us for a lifetime of dating non-Jews.And even if I could accept intermarriage, my father never would. He had repeatedly told me how important it was to marry "inside." He worried about the ultimate demise of the Jewish people through assimilation.