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"I embody a lot of Jewish stereotypes. I have a Jewish nose and Jewish hair," Angel says of her black mane. "I also own my own company and feel guilty all the time."

It's no secret that Jews are comparatively cool about sex. From the racy Purim story of hottie concubine Queen Esther to the masturbatory fiction of Philip Roth and Erica Jong to everything that comes out of (and goes into) Sarah Silverman's mouth, the Jewish tradition is a veritable orgy compared with Christian culture. Rabbis exhort their congregants to get busy on Shabbat, telling them it's a "double mitzvah." The disproportionate number of Craigslist "Casual Encounters" ads posted by hot-bodied SJFs suggests a lasciviousness that many outside the tribe find irresistible. And while it's possible that these women might question the intentions of their pursuers—and indeed there can be something creepy about the desire to dominate a Jewish chick—most accept the fact that their genes have delivered some pretty seductive traits.

Often, those who deem themselves Jew-obsessed or merely Jew-curious worm their way onto dating sites like JDate, which lists 13 percent of its 650,000 members as religiously "unaffiliated." Some of these goyfriends are seeking marriage-minded partners—unfortunately, Scarlett Johansson's taken—while others simply want some steamy Jewess action. "It's really annoying—I get e-mails from guys saying, 'I never regretted not being Jewish so much as when I saw your profile,'" says Claire (not her real name) a New York nonprofit professional who runs Kinky Jews, a four-year-old group that mixes piousness with spiked heels and partner-swapping. At the organization's annual Kinky Seder, a Passover party in which the bondage of ancient Hebrews is commemorated with licorice whips, they have to fend off goy gatecrashers who want to play find the afikomen too.

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Those who can't get their hands on a real, live comely Jewess have been unexpectedly enamored with "The Year of the Jewish Woman", a 2009 self-published calendar in which writer-actress-comedian Jamie Sneider poses nude, blowing the ram-horn shofar, bathing in a tub of bagels, and covering her D-cups with strategically placed matzo balls and latkes. While she's heard from a few devout folk who find some of the images sacrilegious, the calendar has played well among gentiles: It was a hit on a USO tour of Iraq.