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Please note that the posts on The Blogs are contributed by third parties. Dating in your 30s is a nightmare, Jewish dating is worse, and a Jewish woman in her mid-30s looking for a husband is over the hill.The opinions, facts and any media content in them are presented solely by the authors, and neither The Times of Israel nor its partners assume any responsibility for them. If you have not glanced over and your eyes locked with the man of your dreams or at least your interest and you start dating you are relegated to the world of online dating, matchmakers and friends setting you up.There is an overload of articles on the perils of dating, online dating, less, however, on Jewish dating.Considering the problems with intermarriage especially among the millennial generation and the recent matchmaking, Shidduch Crisis, one would think more has been written about the subject to help navigate through the unique problems marriage minded Jews face.The isolation is only heightened in the Jewish community, where everything from synagogue to the community revolves around families, while many programs and activities for singles cater to college age and in the twenties.Automatically there is something wrong if you are not married in your thirties, even worse if you are a woman.THIS NEEDS TO BE RESOLVED- the Jewish dating world needs JDate to function optimally!
I think singles are craving something much more than what the apps provide and Jdate is not satisfying that need.The growth in the community means there are more women, and it has become a man’s market, with them able to pick and choose leaving many women over 30 years-old and unmarried, some will never marry.Sex writer Karley Sciortino recently wrote an article in Vogue commiserating “Mid 30s and Single: Did I Wait Too Long to Settle Down?Rabbi Shmuley Boteach wrote an article back in 2008, “How to Fix Orthodox Jewish Dating” declaring, “The religious Jewish dating scene is severely broken.” The article might have been written in 2018 because it is still broken.He claims the problem is “in the religious world where dating is so often dependent on third parties making introductions.” I am not as religious but the same can be said of anyone who finds it difficult to meet a potential Jewish partner, one has to rely on “professional matchmakers or friends who set them up,” and the dreaded online dating sites, which Boteach makes one appear “desperate.” In the past couple of years, there has been a Shidduch Crisis among the ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities in New York and New Jersey.