for a long time it was a J Date - dating site for Jews where one could find Jewish singles for dating and marriage, but not any more, J Date quoted 11% gentiles on the site, but Jewish singles who are using the site state that this figure is grossly underestimated. There are close to 40% non-Jews on Jdate (and this number is increasing) and when Jewish singles complain to J date they refused to do anything about it. J Date advertises on several Jewish websites (newspapers, etc.) as the dating service for Jewish singles but visitors to their site are hard pressed to find the words "Jewish" or "Jew" anywhere on their site.
When J date was asked why can't they have featured prominently on their site that "J date is a dating service for Jewish singles" their reply was "that's illegal." Is it illegal for the Baltimore Jewish Times or The Jewish Week of New York to have the word "Jewish" featured all over their sites or as part of their name? No.
What J date is all about is attracting as many people, Jews and non-Jews to their site, so they can sell memberships and they could not care less if J date is fast becoming only 50% Jewish membership and soon Jewish members will be the minority, again the minority!
Is it really so much to ask that a JEWISH dating website says that it is a website for Jewish singles??