The latter Im trying to avoid, speed dating is awkward when youre 24 and everyone else is in their early 30s, and on Jdate, no one responds back to mails....the site sucks....its more than my internet subcription. Problem is, I never follow through since Im always afraid she isnt Jewish. Not mentioning my religious state (Im on the fence on different things), what gets asked is...school..color....parents "heritage".

So my question: Why is Jewish dating THIS difficult??? This is not a rant on dating, but specifically on Jewish mentality in dating. A plaxe where 2x more women then men my age, and 20% of the pipulation is Jewish. No model, but decent becided the annoying baldness. Plus, im looking for a serious relationship and start a family. Thinking "Gee, most Jewish people wana meet other Jews...right? Apparently, being poor and going to a crappy Yeshivas automatically puts you in the reject list. Tried going to shul on a Shabbat in the UWS and everyone is in a clique, and my every approach after services was coldly rejected.

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When the JYA has scheduled with Non-Jews they are instinctively trained to show up on time, knowing subconsciously that Non-Jews do not share in their apathy toward punctuality, and would therefore not understand the status quo.

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In the jon religious world, theres 3 ways: jdate, speed dating, and luck of the draw. The thing is, none of those things matter much to me tbh.

The latter Im trying to avoid, speed dating is awkward when youre 24 and everyone else is in their early 30s, and on Jdate, no one responds back to mails....the site sucks....its more than my internet subcription. How religious a person is...that's a personal decision of belief.

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But what happens if that doesn't occur, or the child gets a little older, or decides that this "traditional" way is not their way. How to meet, when to meet, and where to meet, are the questions that arise. Other factors are considered as well, because not only do you want to find someone Jewish, there are so many religious affiliations, you also need to find someone, who is within your level of Judaism.

Jewish Dating…So now, not only do you have to find someone with similar characteristics, a certain education level, background, whatever, you need to find someone who is into Jewish Dating, within the religion, the same way that you are. The traditional way, to have a friend introduce you, through work, school…meeting at a party.

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