Date: 2017-11-15 15:15
If you are currently bumming through life, not taking care of yourself, or appear to not have any goals/achievements or passions, simply trying to use the whole "nice guy" gimmick to sell yourself is probably not going to win women over.
I think online dating is good as long as people are being honest about their identity and the overall environment is safe. Unfortunately, many dating sites do not require user verification and users have been taking advantage of this. The world 8767 s first online dating website that requires 655% user verification is launching this June and should be a huge success for the online dating community. The website can be found here: /6GJog56
Either way, my gut instinct is that the online gender imbalance (to whatever degree it exists), will probably even out as online dating becomes more socially acceptable ., more women of varying ages, attractiveness, intelligence, success, and other factors will begin to view it as a viable first choice, instead of a desperate last resort. I 8767 m sure the experience will still be different for men and women, but hopefully the frustration you describe in your first post will decrease.
I'm just guessing here -- I certainly don't claim to understand the dating game, and I'm so thankful that I'm no longer a part of it, and never want to be again.
9. The process is not the same for men and women. A man can stay on a single dating site forever and have a ton of good dates and eventually meet someone. A woman needs to move around a lot because men are disgusting and eventually every creep will contact you and send you a picture of his junk. It happens. Depressingly a lot. Men can act like Colin Powell in the first Gulf War and just apply overwhelming force and numbers to the dating issue. Women must act like guerillas in hit and run missions. Be a new face, pick off the good candidates, get out of there!
For example, if you have the slightest doubt about someone, you can easily just end the date, go home, log in and find someone else. Is that a good thing, or is it degrading the dating scene? (could be different between age groups, or cities vs. towns, or gay vs. straight)
I remember that I was complaining about being single and my friend (who was making fun of my single-ness) asked me 8766 well if you cant find anyone in real life, why dont you just join those dating-websites? 8767 by that time she was making fun of me, but it was a rainy sunday and I thought: well, why not? then I joined eharmony. I remember spending a REALLY LONG TIME to fill all those questions and etc that they ask you in the beggining, so they could find someone with the same interests and match you with this person, then you decide wether you talk to them or not.
All human beings.. and I mean ALL.. including feminist retards like this one know it is MEN who are NOT WIRED for monogamy.. and women are the ones who nail men down.. it is GENETIC. Females often died from childbirth.. and once knocked up, they were out of commission for a year.. while males mated with as many females as possible. look at Ghenghis Khan.. half of Mongolia's and China's population carries HIS genes. not "hers" sweet silly thing.
That's actually a really good point. If you don't like any of the incoming messages or guys who message you, why on Earth don't these women proactively seek out nice guys on these sites and message them first? I can believe most of the guys who proactively message girls first on these sites might be jerks or downright scary, but I highly doubt EVERY guy who exists on the site is such.