The position the rabbi advocated was completely out of touch with my reality, and as far as I could see, he seemed unwilling to even consider the needs of a diverse and changing community.As repeatedly shown in the media, Orthodox Judaism is notorious for its emphasis on marriage, and true to this reputation, our leaders tend to advocate marriage at a young age.The app syncs with our website, so you can use them interchangeably. If your Wishlist is mutual you can initiate contact for free. We sincerely hope that we can help you find your perfect match on our site. If you don’t want to wait for a mutual Wishlist, you can contact the user immediately, for 2 tokens which you can purchase on the website or in-app. Last summer, I experienced this pressure first-hand.A prominent rabbi argued to me that too few students were getting married in college.
But as I continued to read through the article, I saw that it actually discussed a very relevant issue that has confronted many in my community.
Another recent phenomenon are the Jewish speed dating services and agencies (also known as Hurry Date or Hurry Date), which arrange speed dating sessions for Jewish singles - allowing single men and women to meet many potential mates in one evening, face to face, not online.
Speed dating has become very popular in places such as New York (NYC - Manhattan), Los Angeles LA California, Baltimore, Washington DC, Chicago, the UK, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Australia, Montreal & Toronto Canada, Miami Florida, Houston, Denver Colorado (CO), Cleveland, Las Vegas Nevada (NV), and Boston Massachusetts.
The "sponsor" can then email the background form to his/her single talmid and ask them to fill in the details and email it back to the "sponsor".
Once the "sponsor" uploads the form, with any additional comments, to the web site, he/she can then search the site for a possible shidduch for his/her student.