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'Oh good, this guy is taller than the last few guys I dated.' 'Oh no, she has very thin eyebrows.

It looks like she made them with an eyeliner.' Because of these flaws in the religious dating mechanism, we're beginning to see something that the orthodox Jewish world expressly preaches against: people dating for as many people as possible and choosing superficial criteria like looks and money by which to choose a spouse, getting married much later, and consequently having much smaller families just when the Jewish people are hemorrhaging large numbers to assimilation and really need more kids.

Third, the religious Jewish world has to rethink the separation of the sexes.

To be sure, my daughters are raised to be in a single-sex environment up until marriageable age.

If the orthodox community succeeded in getting nearly every man and woman in Yeshiva and seminary to register for Tay Sachs tests, surely they can get them to register for a potential match. Second, part of the religious Jewish education at all seminaries and Yeshivas should be that by the time men and women reach marriageable age they should focus not only on getting married themselves but on introducing their friends to potential marriage mates.

In effect, the religious Jewish educational system should make every young man and woman a matchmaker in training, thereby vastly expanding the matchmaking pool.

Likewise, I sporadically offer lectures geared specifically at Yeshiva men and seminary women of marriageable age who are afforded an opportunity to meet in a dignified setting that does not feel forced.In the secular world men and women date by meeting each other at co-ed institutions like school and University or at events like parties and weekend getaways.They begin to date and the relationship unfolds gradually and organically as they get to know each other better over time. There are major problems in this model, like the fact that pretty girls and overtly successful guys are going to get noticed over those with quieter and subtler virtues.Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in most European countries.We are engaged on the issue and committed to looking at options that support our full range of digital offerings to the EU market.

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