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But if we don't address this crisis soon, we will no longer be known as having a superior dating system that leads to blissfully happy couples.But in the religious world where dating is so often dependent on third parties making introductions, young men and women are at the mercy of others to meet a potential spouse.Those third-parties are often professional matchmakers or friends who set them up. So a mutual friend thinks, 'Wow, what a great match! Over 16 years ago a couple met on a Jewish dating site. They got married, had some kids and decided that they wanted to give back in a meaningful way. It looks like she made them with an eyeliner.' Because of these flaws in the religious dating mechanism, we're beginning to see something that the orthodox Jewish world expressly preaches against: people dating for as many people as possible and choosing superficial criteria like looks and money by which to choose a spouse, getting married much later, and consequently having much smaller families just when the Jewish people are hemorrhaging large numbers to assimilation and really need more kids.And the matchmaking system is getting worse in our time for a number of reasons.Yeshiva and seminary heads must sign on if this is to work.If the orthodox community succeeded in getting nearly every man and woman in Yeshiva and seminary to register for Tay Sachs tests, surely they can get them to register for a potential match. Second, part of the religious Jewish education at all seminaries and Yeshivas should be that by the time men and women reach marriageable age they should focus not only on getting married themselves but on introducing their friends to potential marriage mates.First, the orthodox Jewish community has exploded and the numbers are now enormous.With so many men and women looking to get married and so few matchmakers to assist, the system is buckling under the load.