I dress like modern way, my best feature is my height and my sweet smile Seeking for serious relationship.
i spend my time working, going out with some friends at my free time.
It makes sense that the Jewish State has begun to develop its own “pick up artist” (PUA) industry, a community of men (and a few women) who teach clueless guys how to turn a woman on.
Jewish men, like Ross Jeffries and Neil Strauss, have pioneered the now saturated PUA industry in the US, although in my interview with Neil Strauss last May, he said Jewish men don’t necessarily need pick up advice more than other ethnic groups (I’m sure some Jewish women would beg to differ).
While the industry in Israel is still small, with just a smattering of companies and PUA coaches, Israeli men are recognizing the need for the skills and techniques these seduction specialists teach, says Tomer Koron, one of Israel’s pioneering “pick up” coaches.
A few years ago, Koron left his job in the world of sales to master the art of relating to and attracting women and to spread the art in Israel.
Through my 2-months traveling and living in Israel, I have come to the conclusion that women run this terrain of miserable but wonderful world of Israeli men. Strong, powerful, ambitious, career-driven, fun, beautiful, sexy as hell, leaning in together — I can seriously go on and on describing the women of Israel and everyone will agree with me. When you do it right, they will be your extraordinary ally. Try sitting down in one of the bars in Dizengoff by yourself. Make sure you are not with guys because in split seconds, 5 different groups of Israeli men will come up to you, lay some drinks on the table and start the small talk. I don’t really find it annoying when they just come up at the table and do these things. But the beauty of this is that, in Israel, the men are very polite and respectful.
“Difficult” is a term coined for Israeli women because men tend to blurt these kinds of adjectives when they don’t get what they want. My friends always wondered how possible it is for me to be out every night: drinking, socialising and painting Tel Aviv yellow without getting completely broke. For foreigners like me and my European women squad in Tel Aviv, the opening line will be I can really say a big percentage of Israeli men are physically attractive (again, this is a default for me, I don’t know about you) somehow it will be hard to look away. There should be something else behind all that gorgeousness. You know, the things that they do when picking up a girl. If you say “you’re not interested,” they will slowly leave you alone (still with the hopes of hooking up in their eyes) and let you be.
Women don’t want to be cat-called but seriously, when flocked together, we are the worst in talking about men, most especially if you are single and foreign in a country where men are extremely physically attractive.
Yet in the six weeks that I’ve been in Israel, I have been inspired by Israel’s special brand of feminism. Caption: The recent Women Innovation Technology Conference in Israel, which was organized by a group of 25 Stand With Us Israeli student fellows. ” And she laughed at me as if I was kidding, until she realized I was completely serious.
“Feminism” is often thought of as a “dirty word,” as it is largely portrayed by mainstream culture as an extreme ideology associated with angry, militant women, bra burning, and man hating. Credit: Courtesy Eliana Rudee." data-lightbox-theme="" This happened again just last week, when another American (this time a female) told me, “I heard you’re good at ping pong! These moments stand in stark contrast to the week I’ve had in Israel.
This seemed to be one of the best features of my life in Tel Aviv.
I found it so easy to be here not because of the men but the people of Israel in general.