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You don’t need to consult a rabbi to figure out that being a single woman of a certain age in the Orthodox Jewish community is no piece of babka.
While 27 is the median age for an American woman’s first marriage, in many Orthodox circles — even modern ones — a single woman is considered over the hill by her late 20s.
More often than not, the relationship will lose its steam when the sex gets repetitive and boring and she will move on to someone else (or return to being faithful to her husband).
You are her second option and don't daydream about her divorcing her husband for you.
When you find a date on there, you know what you’re getting.
No matter how sticky the situation, some men find themselves not only attracted to but in a relationship with a married woman.
The reasons for this range from exciting ones such as lust and/or love to the downright unfortunate one - ignorance about her marital status.
My foray into the world of dating apps began three-and-a-half years after I got married. And at least I could tell the universe I was doing my part. The thought of exploring this world and doing it with some emotional distance seemed kind of awesome. We decided that I would just do two, Tinder and JSwipe. I find myself frequently cramming in sessions late at night.
It was a Thursday morning and the workday was just ramping up when Lisa Bonos, my friend and podmate (and the editor of Solo-ish), described her dating fatigue. Still, it took assistance from some more technically inclined folks in our building to get us set up. I’ll never forget the thrill of seeing those little cartoon figures dance the Hora when I made my first JSwipe match.
As Jon Birger wrote in his 2015 book “Date-Onomics: How Dating Became A Lopsided Numbers Game,” in the Orthodox dating pool there are 12 percent more available women than men.