Hi there, xpusostomos!
Thank you for your invested curiosity in my article! I appreciate the fact you went to read about Orthodox Judaism in Wikipedia after reading my story!
The point was to share an idea, not to use this story as a way to land myself a relationship in any way ;)
Now, you probably refer to the fact that a Jew can’t take a non-Jew as a spouse. That is true. What I referred to in this story was the relationships between women and men within acceptable cultural boundaries. For example, here in Israel, many secular Jewish women are uninterested in dating religious Jewish men. Both sides are Jewish people. What you are referring to is an edge case. Many Jewish women do not even consider marriage to non-Jewish men. It’s pretty standard here.
The boundaries outside Judaism are a topic for an entire article by itself.
Thank you for commenting and engaging with me! :)