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I feel entitled to say what I want on my own blog, but in other contexts, I’ll tone myself down. If you’re thinking about how your parents do vital business with her uncle, you’re not likely to get excited.
I’m sitting here this afternoon in Starbucks with my 12-step book and working on my fourth step — “making a complete and fearless moral inventory.” One sentence in my book particularly hits me — “The addict uses almost everyone and everything in his life to meet his addictive emotional needs.” I’m thinking about women I’ve dated. Since I decided in late 1989 to convert to Judaism, my first and second and third choice has always been to date Jewish women. If the two of you were set up by the rebbetzin who will be expecting a report back, you’re not likely to get excited.
I know that the literal meaning of “shiksa” is “unclean meat”, but in most usage I hear, the word has either a neutral or positive connotation.
Secular Jews usually use “shiksa” satirically while traditional Jews whip it out reflexively to refer to non-Jewish women.
In my last relationship with a Jewish woman, her friends asked her, “How does he an Orthodox Jew handle you being secular? They’re more interested in you than in their careers, their causes, and their pets. They’re less likely to fear a guy with a long Wiki.
” And she replied, “He’s more interested in my body right now than my mind.” The stereotype is that Jewish women are sexually cold and that shiksas are more adventurous. * Men crave variety and demographics dictate that there’s going to be more variety among the goyim. * Jewish guys have fewer expectations for the shiksa because, in all likelihood, they’re just for practice.
So the smart high-achieving Jewish woman as she accomplishes more and more has fewer and fewer mating choices (and those that remain will increasingly likely be Jews).
When I’ve dated Jewish women, my low status in Jewish life quickly became apparent.
So why have Jewish men like me chased the shiksa while the Jewish spinster is forced to spend another motzi Shabbos alone? I sometimes hear that Jewish women are too materialistic. I’ve always lived on the edge and yet have managed to date Jewish doctors and lawyers and professors though none of them were interested in settling down with me. According to the most comprehensive survey of American’s mating habits (published by the University of Chicago in 1994), Jews average far more sexual partners than any other religious group (presumably all Jews are counted as part of their religious group even though only 10% are observant). They’re not dating the shiksa who’s an integral part of her traditional community (ethnic or religious). If you’ve ever worked in a service position for Jews, be it in a restaurant or airline, you know that Jews tend to complain more than the average. If you’re dreading spending Shabbos and Yom Tov with her family, you’re not likely to get excited. While if you’re a committed Orthodox Jew, it’s impossible to imagine yourself as compatible with anyone but a fellow Orthodox Jew.* Shiksas, when you don’t know them, seem uncomplicated. A synagogue-attending Jew in America lives simultaneously in at least two cultures — Jewish and American. Take it from a convert, it’s challenging to navigate the shoals of Jewish life. They’re less likely to believe that someone can turn on a dime. As a result, Christians tend to be loving, forgiving people.By contrast, simple answers a child can understand dominate Christian and Muslim life. I’ve known Christian women who’d do anything with me if I’d allow them first to say a prayer to Jesus. In our Jewish fantasies, they’re like God — all around. By contrast, from a Jewish perspective, the goyim tend to blend together. The shiksas I’ve dated, for instance, have been interested in making Shabbat while many of the Jews despised it.Shiksas usually consider Jewish men a great catch because they tend to be sober, hard-working, accomplished, educated and don’t beat their wives.