The ad looking for a frum guy to engage in sexual exploration with another frum man indicates that they know they’re living in a culture that doesn’t approve of their sexual identity, but that they still feel a need to explore who they are, within the safety of the company of someone else who will fully understand their conflict.The popularity of the outstanding documentary Trembling Before G-d seems to indicate that there’s a real need in the religious community to explore sexuality, and ways to be more inclusive of people who are different and who still want to live Jewish lives. You should be CLEAN, in reasonable shape (no flabbies please, sorry) and FRUM. I'm 5'4″, light brown hair and eyes, good figure.
I am a 25 year old male, and it drives me crazy to hear things presented as if only girls have a hard time in shidduchim.Quote: "We are a group of 4 shadchanim who network with others in order to expand the pool of like singles with medical issues.Our work is all done L'Shaim Mitzva and hope that with the help of the Ribbono Shel Olam we can help ALL people, regardless of their situation build a Bayis.The issue of sexuality–casual and committed, homo- and hetero-, pre-marital and even extra-marital (Newsweek ran an extensive cover story about how women are the new face of marital infidelity)–is one that we continue to struggle with in our own lives, and for the religious among us, it’s sometimes even more layered with difficulty, as these Craigslist ads reveal.[Esther steps off soapbox.] This entry was posted by Esther Kustanowitz on July 28, 2004 at pm, and is filed under Uncategorized. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.