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The site’s name is a combination of popular Jewish dating site Saw You at Sinai, and, of course, the Stonewall Inn/riots, since it targets those in the middle of the Venn Diagram of Jewishness and queerness.
The site recently finished its beta run, and Halpern is gearing up for a full launch.
Halpern ran the beta version of the website for about two weeks last month. “People that are desperate for a site like this are willing to date anywhere,” says Halpern, “…Unless they’re from New York.” The SYAS team got some positive feedback from beta testers, but it’s too early to see if love has struck. Halpern has put about 220 people on a waitlist, and received emails asking when she’s going to launch the website (She doesn’t know, yet. And for gay, trans, asexual, whatever you are that makes it difficult to use traditional dating sites in your quest for Jewish love, Halpern is happy to help.
The test program, using matchmaking volunteers from Orthodox LGBT organization Eshel and beyond, featured about 30 queer women around Canada and the U. Click here for access to comments COMMENTING CHARGES Daily rate: Monthly rate: Yearly rate: 0 WAIT, WHY DO I HAVE TO PAY TO COMMENT?
Halpern is also fond of the name Unorthodox Union, but fears the OU would not be as forgiving as Saw You at Sinai. If you don’t need the site’s services, but want to help, you can get in touch—they are still looking for volunteer matchmakers.
She confronted the woman, who confessed she set up an account just to see who she would recognize. This is peoples lives, and coming out is a really big deal,” says Halpern.
“It’s just funny to see,” Halpern recalls the straight woman saying. “There are so many people snooping who just want to see who’s queer, and thats really personal information.” Being ready to date “doesn’t mean you have to be out to the whole world.” Also somewhat unusual for a dating site is Saw You at Stonewall’s personal matchmaking aspect (Saw You at Sinai does have something similar).
Volunteer matchmakers will work with users not only to help them find a date, but to help design profiles, and open user’s options of who they’d be willing to date.
This ties to one of the site’s other defining features: Sliding scales rather than labels.