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“And thinking they can’t compromise, like on religion: ‘I have to have somebody who is superreligious and learns all day long,’ or, ‘I have to have somebody who eats shellfish out, but is Jewish.’ ”Women can be superficial — “A lot of women don’t like bald men,” Ms. “I’ll have a singles party, they’ll come into the room, look around, say, ‘Bye! They don’t look at the neshama,” the soul, she said.
Some of the men have mommy issues, too.“I have this one man,” Ms. Weinberg will work with any client as long as he or she is Jewish by the traditional standard of maternal descent: “I work with everyone whose mother is Jewish.
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“But there are women who are asexual, and there are women who don’t need to be — hugged and kissed, sure, but. She told one of her sons she would give him ,000 if he found a husband for his sister, and he did. Weinberg.“She told Howard some things about me that were not exactly true,” Ms.
Profiles are moderated and your personal data is protected. For any complaints and enquiries you may contact us here.We are committed to maintaining standards, protecting users and giving those users assurance as outlined in Our Guiding Principles. A link to our customer service arrangements is provided here.PITTSBURGH — When I walked into Tova Weinberg’s large house here in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh, she looked me up and down and asked, “Are you Jewish? Weinberg to help organize a singles party.“At the party,” Ms. That is not including those who met online at Saw You At Sinai.com, the matchmaking website she helped found. Weinberg made her first match as a young woman in New York, where her mother had suggested that she move to find a mate. Weinberg recalled, an older friend, dedicated to matchmaking, asked Ms. A dentist by training, she long ago gave up that career for her full-time calling as a shadchen, to use the Hebrew and Yiddish word for one who makes shidduchs, or matches. Weinberg has the names of “hundreds, maybe thousands” of single Jews bouncing around in her head, and over the years she has introduced “about 250” couples who went on to get married.