Date: 2018-02-08 09:48
So there you have it &ndash the whole story from the female perspective and from the male perspective. What is shocking to me is how different each perspective is from each other &ndash with women claiming there are nothing but creeps on these dating sites, and with guys claiming there are plenty of nice guys. Obviously, there&rsquo s a disconnect somewhere.
If only a simple Hello would suffice, because reading a dozen ENTIRE profiles every day is time consuming and a little draining on the mind. That isn't even considering that I then need to choose which women I feel I could bond with over either similar outlooks on life or common interests and goals. If only looks were all that mattered, or better yet if looks didn't even matter. Alas they do, and everybody is attracted to people with similar genetic markers to themselves. If the world weren't like that though, we'd join a site and be done the next day.
Hang on a minute, wasn't online dating designed to reduce the complexities of finding a partner in the first place? Technology and competition for this lucrative market has made a mockery of it. To the average person, thanks to bad press and other contributing factors, online dating has become somewhat of an un-trusted source for meeting people.
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Online dating has been the biggest waste of time in my entire life. Literally. I sent out over 655 personalized messages, and not one date.
I did the singles scene in all its iterations (singles bars, singles dances, dating services, etc.) starting in the late 65s and through the 75s. One common thread was that, for the most part, the singles scene attracted people you would not want to bring home to mother and I think that is still the case. Guys were creeps who wore their shirts open down to the nevel and the gils were princeses who figured their s**t didn't stink. Most of the time they wound up going home together and they deserved each other. Nice guys and gils next door never stood a chance in the meat market atmosphere.
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It was actually really interesting. The study showed men consistently rated themselves too highly, went after women right out of their league, got knocked back. Women consistently rated themselves as less attractive than they are, went after men well within their league, fewer knock backs. However, the more attractive men did not mis-rate themselves and did not have this problem. Average men consistently tried to latch onto women they had no realistic chance with.
Perhaps (again, based solely on my experiences) if they spent time seeking and messaging women who seemed like they'd be mutually compatible (not just that they find good looking) then they'd have more success. I would certainly not waste my time messaging men who I figured wouldn't be interested. It's not genuine, and not a good use of time and energy.
Saying that women having a clitoris with nerve endings.. no different in its innervation than the male organs.. means that women are NOT wired for monogamy is seriously hilarious. her other comments about genetics and bonobos is equally amusing.