Jewish computer dating services
They ask around about the other family’s connections, check to see if there are any divorces, or if any of the proposed relations have abandoned the community in favor of the secular world.
When Jennifer signed on to JDate.com, an Internet service for Jewish singles, she had a certain guy in mind.A matchmaker—usually a woman, but men provide the service as well—finds a match and informs the parents on each side.The parents then conduct “research” into the proposed spouse.The 29-year-old school teacher, who asked that her full name not be used, said she's always been attracted to Jewish men who embody the stereotypical intellectual, neurotic, brooding, Woody Allen type."They're witty, they tend to read more," she said of Jewish men. They can be a little bit prone to depression." It's a story that can be told by the thousands of Jews who are logging on to dating sites in hopes of meeting other Jews--for friendships, dates, relationships and even marriage.