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We took a dive into our Forverts archives — years of American Jewish journalism — for a look at this issue in the past century.


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Intermarriage - when Jews wed non-Jews - has been called a threat to the future survival of the Jewish nation. So what happened when there were reports that the Israeli prime minister's son was dating a Norwegian non-Jew?

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After each relationship ended, the men went on to marry women of their own faith. Oh, the outcry.

And then, the mirth. Do Jewish men really harbour a fantasy about non-Jewish women, particularly those of the blonde variety? And is their true desire to settle down with someone of their own religion? I arrived in Los Angeles from Melbourne infor what would be a seven-year stint.

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I was in my early 20s. I had an Australian accent.

And I am also Jewish. Naturally, he wants to get rid of his spouse-of-several-days immediately.

Oy vey. With my Aussie vernacular, I offered a new dynamic to the Jewish men I met.

I could theoretically be the girl of whom their mother approved without being the girl they felt pressured since birth to marry. Jewish American Princesses, a sub-heading of '80s jokes.

They were materialistic. I knew plenty of American Jewesses, and they were all dynamos: smart, hilarious, self-deprecating. None of the Jewish men I met in America were a type, either.

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Some were erudite, charming, witty. Others were self-centred, selfish, difficult. Do Jewish men have an overreaching fantasy of dating a non-Jew?

In one Seinfeld episode, Elaine found herself invited to a slew of barmitzvahs. They did this because they were younger when they started dating, and part of the dating process is about working out what one really wants long-term, versus what their twentysomething self thinks they want.

Things change. Is the 'Shiksa Goddess' myth real? Please try again later. The Sydney Morning Herald.

A rabbi who counsels millennials urges: keep the door open.

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