That's a matter of opinion. If you're Jewish and want a Jewish hubbie, than that may be the case. If you are a different religion, than that may not be the case.
This issue only matters with regard to Jewish ancestry. A man of any faith can make a good husband if he is attentive to his wife and her desires.
To make themselves look "ugly" to men who are not their husbands.
Mostly, Jewish woman were considered as slaves that obeyed there husbands and were not allowed to see any other men then their husbands
According to a study, Swedish men are supposed to make the best husbands (because they're more willing to pitch in with housework and such.)
They have to avoid intimate contact with men who are not their husbands.
Jewish men make money the same way all other people on the planet make money. There is nothing unique about the occupations of Jewish men.
There is no Jewish law about asking husbands or wives for money. (In fact, Most Jewish women work outside the house, and have their own money).
Yes, but they need to cover it to avoid intimate attractions from men who are not their husbands.
Only some Chasidic girls do that - usually, they cut their hair after marrying to avoid sexual attractions from men who are not their husbands.
because men think they created everything including women to make slaves
Jewish men have the same types of jobs as non-Jewish men: ALL types of jobs.
No, only Jewish men are Jews. Also, not all Jews are men, regardless of how disproportionately Jewish men might be photographed relative to Jewish women.
There is no special belt for Jewish men. But some Jewish men wear "tseetsteet katan", which is an undershirt that has fringes at the bottom.
Yes, Cleopatra had two husbands, both of them were her brothers. She had four children with men who were not her husbands.
She basically gives him Hell on earth. She likes to control men and make them jealous.
No, only about 3.5% - 8% of Jewish men are gay.
Yes, approximately 90% of Jewish men worldwide are circumcised.
10 Jewish men don't need to be single to have a minyan.
Yes, 80-90% of Jewish men worldwide are circumcised.
It is not permitted by Jewish law; and in Orthodox Jewish weddings the seating is separate for men and women.
If the marriage is between two men, then both are called husbands.If two men marry, both of them are husbands. If two women get married, there is no husband.
Traditionally, men wear the kippah and women don't. This is not to say that in 2011, you won't find Jewish men who don't and Jewish women who do.
They're supposed to treat them with respect. Unfortunately, there ARE abusive Jewish men.
Jewish men wear a Kippah, a tallit, and sometimes teffilin when they pray.
Orthodox Jewish men sometimes do wear long robes.
Just like any other men, Jewish men kiss. If not, it is just a matter of personal preference and choice.