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She grew up Modern Orthodox in Calgary, and went to High School in Toronto.

While no longer Orthodox, she is still active in Jewish life, including an LGBT Jewish group in Montreal called JQueer.

Halpern recalls going on JSwipe in Calgary and encountering a woman-seeking-women that not only wasn’t queer to Halpern’s knowledge, but had a boyfriend.

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.

Its founder is Joanna Halpern, who knows how frustrating it can be to try the usual options.

“It’s really difficult,” says Halpern, “You go on JSwipe, you swipe twice and you’re done.” Halpern is a gay woman who, fed up with limited dating app options, did what she and queer Jewish friends had been talking about for years: She made a site of her own.

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.

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.

And so, Halpern is currently looking for a new name when the site officially launches.

Current ideas include: Keshet Connections (keshet means rainbow), Stonewall Shadchan, Matzo Ball Mensch, Jew Like Me, and Yentr (as in, Yenta the matchmaker Tindr).

There’s funding, for example: While open to some sort of sponsor, the site will almost certainly be pay-to-use to sustain itself.

In the meantime, as start up capital, Halpern is making the very Jewish move of liquidating her Bat Mitzvah assets. Halpern insists that Saw You At Sinai was “very very nice” about the whole thing when they called, and told her to take her time, but did remind her that her project’s name would be a trademark infringement of the older dating site.