I am a pain avoider as you have described in one article. This tells me all I need to know: a) He’s just not that into you. It is possible that he’ll come around, but it’s exceedingly unlikely. 75% of marriages that begin under the age of 25 end up in divorce. Your more interesting question, though, is about Jewish families. The question, ultimately, is whether he’s the kind of nice Jewish boy who will put his parents needs above his own?
We obviously can’t guarantee that every member of Jzoog is Jewish.
Some of these sites, like Jdate (the largest), give users the option of describing their religious observance as: 1. If you only want to date Jews you’ll know who is off limits. Firstly, being contacted by non Jews on the site and having to reject them for no other reason than their religion is an awkward and uncomfortable position to be in. Secondly, not everyone is honest enough to reveal their non-Jewish identity.
There are lots of non-Jewish men and women who join Jewish dating sites with the objective of meeting a Jewish partner.
I am concerned about the following issues: If I were to date gentile girls, and casually tell them about Judaism, and only marry one who becomes genuinely interested of her own volition (placing me in the company of e.g. It seems like you have at least two questions here: whether and (if so) how a gentile woman in a relationship can convert, and what the consequences (spiritual and otherwise) for both people in the relationship.
Steven Spielberg, Jared Kushner and Sasha Baron Cohen) what are the consequences of this in the afterlife, etc. I suggest splitting out the latter as its own question.