There's also JCrush, an app that launched in early April for the less decisive lover.Not only do users have a "Maybe" option, but even if they swipe left for no (in this case shown by a red "x" mark with "Oy Vey" written across the symbol) they can go back to change their minds.Further, Genesis says that we should eat our bread with the sweat of our brow (sweat contains salt).
And why stop at just one Jewish Tinder alternative?
Egon Mayer, a professor of sociology at Brooklyn College who has studied interfaith marriage, said that he is not surprised at the trend.
But while he's not "aware that there are any segments of the non-Jewish population that are specifically seeking a Jewish partner," Mayer said that "Jews have a fairly good reputation as marriage material." Often, non-Jews who log on say their interest lies beyond finding a Jewish mate.
December, 2002 Reprinted with permission from the Forward.
When Jennifer signed on to JDate.com, an Internet service for Jewish singles, she had a certain guy in mind.