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Dating within a minority can be difficult—ask any Jew looking for a Jewish partner outside of Israel. So being another minority within such a small group can be really frustrating. Halpern is a gay woman who, fed up with limited dating app options, did what she and queer Jewish friends had been talking about for years: She made a site of her own. As a coder, she was able to almost singlehandedly create Saw You At Stonewall.
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New Dating Site ‘Saw You At Stonewall’ Caters To LGBTQ Jews

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A Dating Service Gives a Nod to Jewish Gays - The New York Times

The guilt that a Jewish mother imposes on her own children can knot up your stomach worse than fasting on Yom Kippur. The sign up process for Yenta is really easy. Most users skipped answering the only two real questions, so the only viewable details on most profiles are a username, a picture, and how Jewish they are. Not sure that looking at a gallery of punams is the best way to find a guy to bring under the chupah.
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New Dating Site Helps LGBTQ Jews Find Love, No Pictures Necessary

Matchmaker, matchmaker make me a queer match. Unlike other dating apps, it has all the perfect questions for being Jewish and all the specific questions for being queer that other websites would be lacking. The website, currently in its trial period, uses an algorithm to divide users into groups based on factors such as age and geographical location. Users are asked to identify their gender as well as their sexual and romantic attraction to men and women on a sliding scale.
One symbol for being gay is a triangle, and when two triangles like each other a lot, they make a Star of David. That, at least, is the idea behind a feature that has been added to JDate. Under the new feature, which was incorporated into the site in November, it is possible to specify the sex of the person being sought; until then, people simply identified themselves as men or women -- the assumption being that everyone was heterosexual. Dan Levin, a year-old resident of the East Village, complained about the matter to JDate's corporate offices. Levin, who works for the nonprofit Jewish Coalition for Service, added that the JDate representative he spoke with had assured him that gay searches would start "in a few weeks.
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