Two of a kind jewish dating
Once our date was over and we was in the car he reached over and tried to grab my hair – which threw me off and my reaction was to smack his hand – but he kept saying how much he likes my hair and how he thought I was cute and he hit me with the deal-breaker.” I really think you’re cute and I think you’re a smart girl but my family will never approve of you or this relationship.Initially, I was very closed-minded to the idea of interacting with Jewish men because of the stereotypes and because of what I’ve seen with my own eyes in my very own community.The stereotypes that made me hesitant were “cheap, whiny, argumentative, sexist and very dedicated to their religion”.He would tell me how he’s attracted to me but how he was busy with med school and such – which was understandable for me because I was busy too.But he started to always have an excuse and cancelling on me but maintained consistent communications.But the most mind blowing statement he made was that he would marry a Jewish woman but would still have children with a black woman!So I’m not not really sure if I will continue to be open to dating Jewish men but I’m not too thrilled with my experiences because it is new but it seems very difficult to try to have one.
What in the same hell gave him the inclination I would date him, or any man in secrecy? I found this a bit odd because clearly I’m not Jewish but whatever I guess.We don’t converse as much as we did but who knows what the future may hold. Finding great, available single women in the US can be difficult.H was very adamant about wanting children and very vocal about being extremely open about bi-racial children.
We talked on the phone and as we tried to get to know each other, he told me how he’s ready for children.We went out to dinner, he was funny, polite, politically aware ( he talked about politics in Israel and how he sides with the Palestinian people) and charming.He wasn’t kosher because he had beer and a burger with bacon and cheese ( I’m not lying).My grandmother always told me ” don’t put all your eggs in one basket” and as I get older, the urge to get married and procreate gets stronger.