Avi,” know and Jewesses must learn: dress sexy but don’t be a slut; take care of your looks; don’t be clingy or JAP-py; do play hard to get and don’t waste your time with commitment-phobes.
In short, follow “The Rules,” the 1995 best-selling dating manual written by, ahem, two Jewish women!
After the teaching is complete, the proselyte is brought before a Beit Din rabbinical court which examines the proselyte and determines whether he or she is ready to become a Jew.
Consider this statistic from the Pew survey: Such marriages—interfaith between a Catholic and a non-Christian and interchurch between a Catholic and another Christian —have been on the rise for the past 30 years.
Care less about religion and are less likely to date Jews?
Sounds like the (presumably 100 percent) Jewish men she describes who need a nice Jewess in shiksa clothing to rescue them. Will you be rushing to Amazon and Barnes and Noble to buy this book?
The gist of her missive (which opens with “I once drove a boyfriend into the arms of a shiksa”) is that gentile women know better than Jewesses how to entice male members of the Tribe — and instead of complaining about “shiksas stealing our men,” Jewish women can “learn from them and prevent them from doing that in the first place.” In a nutshell, here’s what shiksas, according to Roseman, who also refers to herself as “Ms.The Bride One Woman’s Walk Through Judaism and Catholicism: The Sabbath, Marriage, Mass, and the World to Come Channah Bardan The Miriam Press, publishing arm of the Association of Hebrew Catholics, has just published this book about Channah Bardan’s life as both an Observant Jew and a Devout Catholic.Channah Bardan writes about her life, the Sabbath, Marriage, Mass,...In fact, “Rules” authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider, who I actually saw debate Rabbi Shmuley Boteach many years ago, in a veritable orgy of self-promotion, have bestowed a blurb upon Ms.Avi, writing, “Every Jewish woman should read this book.” Leaving aside my bristling at her liberal use of the term “shiksa,” (will her next book be “Secrets To Playing Basketball Like a Schvartze”?