Next myth to be busted: why men don’t go out with “curvy” women. Which is why I’ve helped thousands of people rebrand and market themselves successfully online over the past nine years.
Well, you touched on it yourself, Nicci, in your email. Women know that men prefer thin, so they adjust their descriptions accordingly. Better photos, better essays, better usernames, better email technique.
Most of these people are good people – and yet they give in to the temptation to lie. Simply put, there’s very little reward for having integrity.
At the very least, heavier women (like shorter men) feel that if they can convince someone to go out with them, they’d have a chance in person….
What do you think when a woman puts "about average" versus "athletic and toned" versus "a few extra pounds" or "curvy"?
Very curious how honest people are and what they think these designations really mean....
There's no default, it will show "none selected" if you don't pick one.
Except this isn’t true either, because most people feel duped by the disconnect between your description and real life stature. It is misleading and can only serve as a tool that makes you feel rejected.
Heavier people almost always do better in “real life” than online. Should 988 men feel rejected because you didn’t initiate contact? If no one’s WRITING to you, however, there is something to think about.
I swear to God, I have heard this complaint every single day for nearly a decade. So let’s play the game I play with my clients on the phone: : Then why would you expect the percentage to be any higher online?
If, by definition, 95% of men are wrong for you, it should be expected that many will be unemployed, uneducated, older and inappropriate. They’re allowed to take a crack at you, and you’re allowed to ignore them. Focus on what you can control – YOU – and let go of what you can’t – MEN.