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This information was pounded in from all directions, from rabbis, from my parents, my grandparents, Hebrew High School, Camp Ramah.
I felt the pressure: The future of my people was at stake! The school was arty, musical, nerdy, and had a substantial Jewish population. Even though I no longer felt outside the norm, I still had trouble getting dates … Every Jewish woman I asked out on a date rejected me.
In fact, “Rules” authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, who I actually saw debate Rabbi Shmuley Boteach many years ago, in a veritable orgy of self-promotion, have bestowed a blurb upon Ms.
Avi, writing, “Every Jewish woman should read this book.” Leaving aside my bristling at her liberal use of the term “shiksa,” (will her next book be “Secrets To Playing Basketball Like a Schvartze”?
Jewishness is often felt as an identification with an ethnic and cultural group as much as with a religious faith.
Then add to the mix the difference between growing up Jewish in a big city like New York, Chicago or Los Angeles and being raised in a small town.
Read on for an inside perspective on Jewish dating in America.
Small towners may feel the unique bond that exists in a tight-knit, minority community. Varying perceptions by non-Jews and a wide range of self-definition by Jews.
Avi,” know and Jewesses must learn: dress sexy but don’t be a slut; take care of your looks; don’t be clingy or JAP-py; do play hard to get and don’t waste your time with commitment-phobes.
In short, follow “The Rules,” the 1995 best-selling dating manual written by, ahem, two Jewish women!
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You know how I (according to one obsessed commenter) think gentile women are superior to Jewish women? ” “I was worried that you were saying it was weird that the kid had two moms.” “Lots of kids have two moms, mom,” he explained, “It’s no big deal.” I was relieved at my child’s response, and in retrospect, not entirely surprised.