Yeshiva and seminary heads must sign on if this is to work.
Third, the religious Jewish world has to rethink the separation of the sexes.After a while, you've dated so many people that not only do they become a blur, but you're reduced to using the most superficial criteria to distinguish them.'Oh good, this guy is taller than the last few guys I dated.' 'Oh no, she has very thin eyebrows.And even if it doesn't, at least it will teach you about what you're not looking for.But the more you date, the more desensitized you become. You're overexposed to something that's supposed to be just a little outside your reach, thereby inviting you to cross over to the other side.But in the religious world where dating is so often dependent on third parties making introductions, young men and women are at the mercy of others to meet a potential spouse.