Tips for dating a jewish guy
But the fact of the matter is that Jewish men, in general, defy those stereotypes, and are far more complex.(OK, so we do have overbearing Jewish mothers, but they don’t call nagging us about grand-kids and asking if we’re wearing a sweater—well, maybe around Chanukah.) Amidst all the pain and strife of our world today shines the beauty of multiculturalism, and being to date people of different cultures is a wonderful experience indeed.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.Small towners may feel the unique bond that exists in a tight-knit, minority community. Varying perceptions by non-Jews and a wide range of self-definition by Jews.These factors raise issues in every facet of Jewish life, including dating.
These guys remember what it was like to grow up with their presumably Jewish moms. Proportionally fewer Jewish siblings hate each other than those of other religions (arguably).
But why are Jewish boys so special, and how did they get so nice?