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It’s your first date. You’ve never met the other person, but they’ve been pre-screened and chosen for you, so you show up at the agreed-upon location, perhaps a park bench or hotel lobby. It’s daytime. You sit apart from each other, not close enough to touch or bump knees. Even though it’s the first date, you immediately discuss your future.
One man asked me if it “butters me” that he isn’t religious.
“I was having all sorts of fantasies about how, finally, I was going to have love in my life. I lost that to a cabal that was not a real person.”
They almost convinced us that virtual dating is a good idea.
We’re in quarantine and Venus is in retrograde — a perfect time to reconsider your romances.
It’s a personal ad that would make bubbe blush — and laugh. If you’re looking for a hottie who can down the kiddush cup, read on.
Soon I will lie down in a JCC parking lot and wait for a man or the elements to take me.
When men attack my reputation, I know they see me as a threat.