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Once most of the desirables are gone, perhaps we too will migrate online to screen for possible relationships. I have a lot of Jewish friends, and most of them are proudly on the dating site JDate.Naturally, this desperate age where it’s no longer cool to be single differs dramatically between guys and girls. “Oy, I don’t know, I’ve never thought about it,” my guy friend insisted. “Girls get JDate subscriptions for their Bat Mitzvahs! But, as many of them have explained to me, there is often pressure from their families to find someone with the same religion, which narrows the dating spectrum drastically.Many of BI’s readers were appreciative of the advice and seemed open to online dating services. The 50+ crew is higher than my age group also, with an Index of 114. So why are us youngsters open to everything except finding a special buddy online?But if I ever joined a dating site (and at age 23 I definitely would not), 90% of my friends would make fun of me. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist (or a Google interview pro) to figure it out. While the bar scene may not be our best bet for soul mate searching, you can meet a heck of a lot of people that way.
This got me thinking – online dating must be a generational trend. The bottom line is, we don’t need to use dating sites. Also, we have more opportunities to meet people our own age.College is Mecca for dating, and post graduation we’re still running around cities, joining sports leagues, gyms and constantly meeting friends of friends.