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As I attend my family’s synagogue and notice the young broods, sticky with pieces of apple and honey (traditional Rosh Hashanah food for a sweet new year), I cannot imagine a happy future without these milestones.
Then again, dating and marrying someone who is not Jewish is not necessarily mutually exclusive with such a future.
I don’t mean to imply that such frustrating dating experiences are exclusive to courtship within the Jewish pool.
However, she noted, it’s not “the stereotype that they’re desperate and marry anyone.”Rather, Riley explained, “I think it’s we’re all putting marriage off later and later, and that decade between twenty to thirty is a time when we’re not that religious, traditionally.
We’ve left our parents’ home; we’re living in this single netherworld, moving to different cities.
Golin pointed out that “if you’re going to talk about millennials and the younger generation, half or more of them who consider themselves Jewish are from intermarried families.”The same Pew Research Center study that showed the intermarriage rate for non-Orthodox Americans Jews at over 70 percent also revealed that a solid 59 percent of Americans aged 18 to 29 from intermarried families (where one parent is Jewish and one is not) identifies as Jewish.
As someone who is intermarried and currently raising her children Jewish, Riley certainly makes it seem like that Jewish family is viable.
The message of Sex and The City, and romantics and pragmatists alike is: you love who you love.