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They feel similar to that same mindset from Jewish camp, where the prized campers are the ones who meet at camp and got married and now have a plaque on the wall at the dining hall.
There’s nothing wrong with that, it’s just not what I’m about right now,” said Marx.
While most say they are seeking a romantic partner (or two), they no longer look to Jewish online dating apps or longstanding Jewish institutions to create the social scenarios. Enter Jewbilee, a grassroots social event started six months ago by two entrepreneurial brothers that meets at different alcohol-friendly locations in San Francisco.
But they don’t have to be Jewish.” A recent story in the New York Times reported that online niche dating sites like JDate, which emerged in 1997 and at its height had hundreds of thousands of users, are on the decline.
According to Spark Networks, which now owns JDate, the number of paid subscribers to its Jewish networks (it also recently acquired the dating app JSwipe) declined to around 65,000 last year from about 85,000 in 2012. It’s so over,” said a single woman in her early 40s at a recent Chabad happy hour for young professionals.
I don’t know if this is the right place for that, but it’s fun to dance, so I figured I might as well.” This young woman met Doochin at a Chabad dinner, and a Facebook invitation to the Jewbilee event followed.
She decided to attend last minute, donning a long shimmery skirt and tight crop top, and she brought her non-Jewish roommate along as a sidekick.