These include inquiries about your sect (Reform, Conservative, Orthodox, etc.), your level of observance, and whether you are willing to be set up with people who are converting or who aren’t Jewish at all. Although this may seem counterintuitive, it makes sense.Some non-Jews seek out Jewish partners, while some Jews seek out non-Jewish partners.We’d heard that there was a crypto-Jewish community in Uruguay dating back to the 1700s, but although the evidence was paltry, we did find a dwindling modern community led over the years by a series of dedicated rabbis doing their best to put the brakes on assimilation.One thing you can’t deny though — the friendly Jews holding their kehillah together make the best barbecues ever Sitting Together Rabbi Spitz has a tough job.A new dating site is hoping to help Toronto’s young Jews find love from within their own culture and religion.But JToronto, jtoronto.com, is not like JDate, where users post public profiles and browse the site, reviewing profiles and contacting people who they think would be a match.
Online dating sites have become so specialized that whether you are looking for more traditional singles dating, Christian and Jewish dating or even STD Personals and Herpes Dating, there is certainly an internet dating site to fill your specific needs.
Many questions in the profiles are meant to assist our members in easing the burden of talking about very personal issues.
Questions relating to Herpes dating, STD dating, Disability Singles will give our members a better indication of another members sensitivity to certain issues and how they might react if disclosed.
Instead, this site relies on a matchmaker to pair up men and women.
Many of the people on JDate aren’t looking for a serious relationship, and there are many problems with fake profiles, said Rabbi Mendel Zaltzman, an organizer for JToronto and a rabbi for the Russian Jewish Community Centre.