Flabbergasted after seeing sexist dating tips on a Jewish outreach website, a reader wonders how people can still give such old-fashioned advice and whether there's a good way to refute it other than joining the existing angry mob of online commenters.
You met someone online who's smart, good-looking, Jewish and has a great career. The catch? He lives too far away to meet in person without hopping on a plane. Would it be crazy to fly to a city where neither of you live for a first date?
A friend keeps encouraging you to date a non-Jewish person even though you've decided that you only want to date Jews. How do you convince her that you feel it's very important to follow a Jewish path exclusively now?
Ask Miriam Steinberg-Egeth, a local mom and director of Hillel of Greater Philadelphia's Jewish Graduate Student Network. Wondering what's an appropriate gift for a Bar Mitzvah? How to deal with an annoying friend/parent/relative? How to find your soulmate? From dating to parenting, Miriam welcomes any and all questions.