Dating web site jewish personals
You would be surprised at the number of married couples around Israel who have met on Tinder.
As expected, there has to be a “Jewish” (or ‘kosher’) version of Tinder.
Orthodox singles seeking a partner often give their profiles — known as a shidduch resume — to friends or respected matchmakers who might have a prospect for them.
The profiles are expected to be kept discreet and not shared with a wide audience.
Jenna Mc Kenna, who is married and whose old dating resume was also made public, said several hundred people complained on her “Frum Girl Problems” Facebook group about the breach.
“They felt that the success of our dating system was taken advantage of,” she said.
The feminist dating app brought to you by a co-founder of Tinder comes to alter our perception of app-dating stereotypes.
It requires females (seeking a heterosexual relationship) to be the ones to initiate a conversation, leaving the male with a 24-hour period to respond.
However, Tinder in Israel isn’t only used to find ‘hook-ups’, but also to really get to know people.
“Not only is this affecting single people, (they) published married people’s old shidduch resumes,” Serena, a 27-year-old single woman from Israel, told The Post.
“I’m in shock.” She said her resume was uploaded without her permission.
Matchmaker, matchmaker — don’t steal my dating profile!
A new service to help Orthodox Jews make love connections posted unauthorized profiles of hundreds of singles, exposing their private information to would-be suitors.“They felt that they were not respected.” Naftali Sternbuch started Shidduch Line in Brooklyn in 2018 with a stated purpose to “help the poor and needy in our community.” “We help people find their match by providing a platform that provides all information for no fee, so they can fulfill their lives to the fullest extent,” state incorporation documents obtained by The Post say.