Now let's try to explain the Frum Jewish Culture, Frum Jewish Traditions and Frum Jewish Customs.
Let's take each stream individually: Orthodox Jews and Yeshivish lifestyle dates back to pre - WW2 Europe.
While some members keep kosher and regularly attend temple, others do not.
What they do have in common is a desire to make new friends, form romantic relationships or find their Beshert.
The differences are basically in culture and lifestyle.JDate averages over 10,000 members online at any one time from all around the world.JDate’s members are a diverse group of people, but the majority are located in major metropolitan areas (like New York, L.Orthodox Judaism is split in many groups, movements and sects.The two most important to describe are the ones to the total extremes. They can be categorized as follows: All Orthodox Jews are also called "Frum Jews". Being that all Orthodox Jews abide to Orthodox Jewish Law, Orthodox Jewish Culture, Orthodox Jewish Traditions and Orthodox Jewish Customs they are all called "Frum Jews".