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Photo by Judah S Harris Jessica Schechter, who plays another of the friends and also one of the producers, notes that broadcasting a show online makes it easier to build an audience without geographic boundaries.She points to one email they received from Germany: “I just stumbled upon your series, and it’s made my day!The young woman who wrote the aforementioned e-mail explained how she has felt an unhealthy pressure to wed ever since her time at a religious seminary in Jerusalem.More recently, within my own life, I watched a close friend's relationship disintegrate after his girlfriend's rabbi harassed them to marry, launching him into a lengthy period of depression and conflict.At this point, many of our leaders are oblivious to the current social realities, and without the ability to hear (much less respond to) frustrations, the dating system will remain nearly impermeable to change.
Miracle of miracles, they are having a great time, really making this blind date different from every other blind date! David reluctantly gets up and moves to sit with the other Sarah, a superficial fashionista obsessed with ordering extra food to go and cloyingly eager to get married. This is the premise of the comedy web series, “Soon by You,” about the lives of six Orthodox singles in New York all looking for love and sometimes having to defend themselves against pushy relatives urging them to just hurry up and get married already.It is time for the Orthodox leadership to realize that.One of the major problems with my rabbi's brand of marriage promotion is that his advice is often impractical and can lead to serious feelings of guilt and social insecurity.The position the rabbi advocated was completely out of touch with my reality, and as far as I could see, he seemed unwilling to even consider the needs of a diverse and changing community.As repeatedly shown in the media, Orthodox Judaism is notorious for its emphasis on marriage, and true to this reputation, our leaders tend to advocate marriage at a young age.