By Ellen Baskin Being Jewish in America means different things to different people in different places.Jewishness is often felt as an identification with an ethnic and cultural group as much as with a religious faith.Then add to the mix the difference between growing up Jewish in a big city like New York, Chicago or Los Angeles and being raised in a small town.Urbanites can take for granted the 24/7 availability of Jewish food, theater, educational and cultural organizations and houses of worship.The thought of one Jewish person dating another Jewish person seems simple and straightforward, but sometimes it’s not!Read on for an inside perspective on Jewish dating in America.
I have never dated a Jewish guy, because the guys I am attracted to simply are never Jewish.
What they lack in stature, they make up for in good character and fun holidays.
I'm not biased because I've been wading in this Dead Sea of candidates for my entire lifetime — I'm actually quite tired of it.
After World War II, Jews everywhere were reeling from the Nazi slaughter of 6 million European Jews.
Many of those who survived moved to the United States, which now is home to the second largest Jewish population in the world.