We recently did an interview with Sarah Waxman, the founder of At The Well, a Jewish women’s organization that seeks to bring women together “at the intersection of wellness and Jewish spirituality.” At The Well works to normalize menstruation and encourage women’s conversations about their health. BM: I first learned about menstruation from my father. Bella Abzug: My dad is also the one who taught me about my period!
To that end, we at JWA decided to have an informal group chat about menstruation, our bodies, and sex. He was a doctor and the whole thing was super medical and detached.
The success of Jewish marriages on these platforms is mainly due to their wide local Jewish community, where members are willing to arrange meetings between men and women based on their compatibility factors.
Live human matchmakers are available on these websites for making the process of matching easier among Jewish singles.
Knowing these customs and principles, Jewish dating websites are designed specifically based on this conservative approach to dating.