But most people won’t go where they aren’t welcome, especially since they have so many other options to find Jewish dates.
There are plenty of dating websites and apps where anyone and everyone can search for a date or mate of whatever religion they like.
But they can also filter on general dating sites like Match, Okcupid or Eharmony.
David Yarus, the founder of Jswipe, also seems to be ok with the possibility that Jews on his app might meet (and marry) non Jews: “I remember seeing a tweet that said ‘Going on my first JSwipe date, and neither of us are Jewish’,” he laughed. It might be a answer to Jewish continuity through marriage. A site billing itself as the premiere Jewish dating venue shouldn’t put dollars before Jewish continuity. Definitely not the majority, but seemingly not an insignificant percentage either.Brian, a 31-year-old who lives in Brooklyn, said he didn’t think twice about signing up for JSwipe. I’m already on Ok Cupid, Tinder, Hinge, Coffee Meets Bagel.I figured why not throw JSwipe into the mix,” he said.One of the most popular events launched by Pros in the City, Jewish Thirties and Forties Singles Seated Speed Dating at Parker's in Bethesda, is close to selling out at every scheduled date.Join the fun, introduce yourself to new and interesting souls who share your interests, and dedicate just one hour to attempting to find Mr or Mrs Right.