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I realize it’s a challenge to write a book about Jewish men without repeating the phrase “Jewish man.” Tip: give up.Repeat the phrase “Jewish man” instead of replacing it with “Hebrew honey,” “love mensch,” or, God help us, “Mr.
This answered many questions and thoughts I had about the Jewish culture.
term of Yiddish origin that has moved into English usage (as well as Polish and German), mostly in North American Jewish culture, as a term for a non-Jewish woman or girl.
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English it came into English usage during the 19th century and is from the Yiddish “shikse” and from the Hebrew “šiqsāh” (from “šeqes” ‘detested thing’ the feminine suffix -āh).
But I never liked a guy just because he was Jewish.
Even when I reached my 30s, the all-the-good-ones-are-gay-or-taken decade, there were always enough to choose from that I continued to see Jewish as a given, not a plus. ), but because there was something I liked about , starring our boyfriend, Robby Benson. ) Here’s where I’m going with this: I don’t mean to sound open-minded to the point of cluelessness, but I’ve never quite understood the fetishization of Jewish men.