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I believe that the reason why her relationships ended were because she wasn’t Jewish, not because she sounds truly awful to date.At my very first job in New York, a colleague informed me, “We get the full week of Christmas off, and typically our holiday party is the Friday before.” She was referring to the Christian holiday that most of my colleagues celebrate: Christmas.(Update: The writer has written an apology on her blog.The editor, Lisa Bonos, still stands by the piece.)Despite criticism that Purcell’s piece is a misguided contribution to a current swelling of renewed anti-Semitism, and despite a well-documented tradition of blaming Jews for stuff that’s not their fault, I would like to publicly side with Purcell.Of course, even though Christianity and Judaism have a lot of ideological overlap, I can’t help but notice a lot of differences, namely that every single one of my Christian boyfriends ultimately broke up with me. I was surprised the first time I found myself dating a white Christian guy, not because they’re everywhere, but because growing up, I had learned that white Christians have a history of building oppressive systems that rely on white supremacy to maintain sociopolitical power. ”As I became more involved in fun Christian traditions, I would ask him, “Do you think I am going to hell because I’m a Jew?Just wondering,” and he would go quiet, mutter something under his breath, and then go clean up a vase I had thrown against the wall. He said I was “obsessed” with our religious differences and was “condescending” and “emotionally manipulative,” which I’ve come to learn is a typical Christian-guy complaint. So assuming that all Jewish girls do this truly makes an ass out of you and me.

I guess that should have been a warning sign to stop dating Christians right away, but I couldn’t stop—I guess I just love me a tall glass of mayonnaise. I don’t even care that all Christian men wear polo shirts and khakis and boat shoes and attend Dartmouth or University of Alabama; in some ways, that’s what I’m attracted to!

Both relationships failed, which led her to the rational conclusion: no more Jews for me!

The essay is peppered with innovative and thoughtful tropes like the “extremely overbearing” Jewish mother and gives exactly zero examples of how she served as a “rebellion.” The essay concludes by saying that while neither of her relationships “officially” ended because of the difference in faith, the fact that her exes went on to date Jewish women must mean it has something to do with it, and also she will never date Jews again because that’s the problem.

Not only are there about a million and one ways that Jewish people can look (see above), but when non-Jewish people say this, what we hear is: "You look like the super-offensive Jewish physical stereotype." Would you go around telling people they look Episcopalian? But, for interested parties, here are my dating requirements: I date anyone I can have sex with and not want to hit with a claw hammer the next morning.

(Besides, since Judaism is passed down along maternal lines, my kids Granted, I don't get this as often as other Jewish women do, probably because I live in Brooklyn and write about jizz for a living and am generally a weird example.

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