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I won’t ever date one again, no matter what, because all Christian men are Christianity.I have all the holidays memorized and know the name of the Bible.While all my relationships with Christian men have not failed because I’m not Christian, I can’t help but feel that’s a really easy thing to blame it on.One drunken night I cheated on a Christian boyfriend, and he was very hurt.Any Jewish girl (or any girl, or any human being) worth a damn won't care how much money you make. Are you one of those fake redheads who always brags about what a sassy redhead you are? I’ll never forget one time he looked me dead in the eyes and said, “I think you need to change your shirt.” He said it was because I had a massive marinara sauce stain down the front, but I know the truth: all he really wanted was to see me in a pastel-colored church dress.Based on those two dating experiences I knew the truth: Christian men don’t respect me, and I will not date them!
Just like fellow Jewish women Winona Ryder, Natalie Portman, Dianna Agron, Scarlett Johansson, Idina Menzel, Lea Michele, Mila Kunis, Bar Rafaeli, Kat Dennings, Evan Rachel Wood, Rachel Weisz, Lizzy Caplan, Ashley Tisdale... And furthermore: This might be the #1 most frequent thing people blurt out when they find out I'm Jewish. But personally, limiting my already-tiny New York dating pool to an even smaller demographic of people based on certain religious restrictions that I don't even believe in so that I can fulfill my singular purpose in life — 100 percent Jewish children — is not an idea that appeals to me. Again, please keep their identity a secret Click on the "Continue" button search with your zip/postal code., which I assume has amended its slogan to “Democracy Dies in Darkness, But Hey, Let’s Hear From Some of That Darkness.” Her piece, titled “I am tired of being a Jewish man’s rebellion,” describes her experiences dating two Jewish men.Both relationships failed, which led her to the rational conclusion: no more Jews for me!The essay is peppered with innovative and thoughtful tropes like the “extremely overbearing” Jewish mother and gives exactly zero examples of how she served as a “rebellion.” The essay concludes by saying that while neither of her relationships “officially” ended because of the difference in faith, the fact that her exes went on to date Jewish women must mean it has something to do with it, and also she will never date Jews again because that’s the problem.