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But while she may be utterly confident in her self-worth, Mr. In Cleveland, it might be easier to find a heterosexual priest. West's shoes aren't exactly on a first-name basis with the temple steps.
But when history has done its best to wipe you out, you acquire a certain tenacity to keep your people afloat.
So while the Irish and Italians eventually marry Germans and Slavs, Jews tend to stay loyal -- especially in Cleveland.
Nearly 90 percent of married Jews here mate within the faith.
Many Jewish singles that are looking for a mate of either sex (whether woman, man, girl, or boy), or just a date, look online on the web at the many Jewish dating sites, Jewish matchmaking services, or free Jewish dating service websites that exist on the web online.
As finding a mate is important for many Jewish singles, both women and men, and because many Jewish people want to only marry within their religion and faith, a large number of free Jewish dating service websites have been created online over the last few years to help these people.
Other sites act more as matchmaker services and agencies, where people fill out a comprehensive form about themselves which is then looked at by people who work for the service, who then in turn try to match with another member based on the two members' interests and other information.
After making a match these services and the people involved hope to have a Jewish wedding, with a Jewish wedding ring.
" Alex The Cat7 calls himself a "fun and excitement loving, adventure and trill seeking kind of a dude.
The older she gets, the more disheartened she becomes. Somehow, it hasn't been enough to win her a snuggle buddy on Saturday nights.
"I'm definitely looking for somebody who's highly intelligent," she says.
Ideally, West's mate will only be "mildly Jewish" -- i.e., he may not go to temple, but he calls his mother and enjoys Sunday bagels and lox just the same. But in Cleveland's eastern suburbs, the pool is ever-shrinking.
According to a recent study, only 10 percent of the area's 81,500 Jews are in their twenties and thirties.