I recently came back from a conference where I unintentionally ruffled a few intermarried feathers when I read a piece about why I’ve decided to only date Jews.

How are we supposed to approach the concept of intermarriage? Can we even discuss it without someone getting offended? And if I choose to limit myself to dating only Jews, will people who make a different choice ever understand that my choice isn’t necessarily a condemnation of their marital decisions? And does anyone understand my reference to this piece’s Kafkaesque title?

For the answers to these and other questions, or more accurately, more questions, check out “The Intermarriage Artist,” my newest Jewish Week column.