Dating site in isreal
Today, belonging to a dating service is very legitimate.”Zahavi-London manages a dating site called “Shakuf B’Tzafon,” in northern Israel.
She maintains that the Internet significantly widens the number of potential partners over the traditional ways of hooking up.
Today, at least one in four women of that age is unattached. Reflecting trends in the West, Israel is also witnessing a sharp rise in the divorce rate. Oz Almog, a sociologist from the Israel Studies Department at Haifa University, told The Media Line.
“A few years ago being divorced was a disgrace, shameful. Now, in America, one out of every two couples is divorced. “Having a lasting marriage is becoming abnormal, and that’s no joke.
Almog, believes, it’s uniquely harder and harder to actually meet in Israel, regardless of the dating clubs.
Now, if it doesn’t work out, it is easier to cut-off because you don’t have to see them,” Zahavi-London says.They usually offer everything from hikes, to dance parties, bus tours, communal singing, folk dancing and even bowling events.But in reality, these events are very often attended by many more women than men; sometimes up to 80% are women.You just head to J-Date and login and it creates a sense that if things don’t work out, then you can just move on with the idea that you’ll find another one with another click of a button.”Noga Martin, an editor in her 30s living in Tel Aviv, says she’s practically given up on Internet dating sites. People who are very sociable and outgoing find it very easy to meet people on the Internet and people who are more reserved or shy find it difficult,” says Martin who has big brown eyes and enjoys long walks on the beach.“If you are in a bar or any real analogue social situation and someone comes up and talks to you, you might not be that interested in talking to them at first but you know, someone can have another chance.