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Simeon Pollock, a married acupuncturist in Silver Spring who was not at the To T event, has facilitated matchmaking among Orthodox Jews.
“In the Jewish community, girls are being encouraged to date outside of their comfort zone,” he said. This is a person, not a custom-ordered car.” He knows some people may see matchmaking as old-fashioned but said, “You can’t do anything with no effort.
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Among Catholics, the search for a suitable spouse can be frustrating because of the church’s insistence that one marry within the faith.
Sometimes it’s slim pickings, said several local singles who gathered recently at Theology on Tap (To T), a spiritually based lecture series at Ireland’s Four Fields on Connecticut Avenue in Northwest.
Women complain that they are never asked out, but really, it’s that they are not asked out by the guys they want.