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I figured why not throw JSwipe into the mix,” he said.

Brian hadn’t started swiping away yet by the time we spoke, but said he wasn’t listing himself as “willing to convert” and had made it clear on his profile that he was not Jewish. We are for anyone and everyone who celebrates Jewish culture and is interested in having that be a part of their lives now or in the future.” Let me be clear here — I have the utmost respect for anyone who can launch a successful dating app and get a huge user base in less than a year. But I strongly disagree with his light hearted acceptance of “anyone and everyone” who wants to date a Jew.

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The site is completely free to use and you can browse all profiles and message any users.

The site is also used by Russian, Serbian, Polish and Bulgarian women and Slovenian, Czech or Slovakian women who mostly are looking for love abroad in western Europe or America.

If money was no obstacle, what would you do with your life?

Some people might choose to do charity work, others might spend more time with their family, some folks would live in a mansion, sipping port.

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.

Our East European dating site is still free, completely 100% free: Translation into multiple languages Everything on our website is available in Ukrainian, Russian and Romanian as well as many different Eastern and Western European languages.

Whilst you don’t need to do any of these things exclusively, a lot of people would answer: “I’d like to go travelling.” Exploring all the different cultures, cuisines, sites and surroundings that the world has to offer is one of the most uplifting and fulfilling things in life.

Travelling can open our eyes to new ways of thinking and living, allowing us to make new friends and memories that will last forever.

Here’s an excerpt an article in the Daily Beast entitled My Week on Jewish Tinder, written by a Jewish woman trying her luck on Jswipe.

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