John decides to expose ethnic identity as a ridiculous social construct. What if he marries a non-Jew, and just tells everyone she's Jewish? Resolute, John wants to seek out the ultimate non-Jew - a Muslim and relative of Osama Bin Laden.
John has decided that Judaism is to blame for his failed interfaith relationships. He decides to explore another religion, and his research leads him to a branch of Christianity that really speaks to him - Christian Domestic Discipline.
John has forever wanted to go out with non-Jewish girls, but he always had a vibe that his mother wasn't into it. As John's mum unexpectedly died several years ago, it's impossible to know what she truly thought. Or is it?
Bitterly, John recalls his adolescence, and a Jewish summer camp at which he was mortifyingly rebuffed by a love interest. Still not over it, dejected John seeks solace in Henry Makow's book on Asian love.
John's been reading books on Jewish marriage versus intermarriage. The Jews want him to get together with a Jew, saying that if he marries out, anti-Semitism will inevitably creep into his cross-cultural union.
John flies to Sun City, California to get some support from anti-racism campaigner Jane Elliott. His interview leads him to Black Like Me, a book from the 1950s by a man who disguised himself to see what it felt like being black.
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