They go on these sites looking so beautiful that they scare a lot of men away and attract the wrong kind of men, they naturally have to reject the wrong kind of men and also they feel they are too good for Joe Averageguy who posts a picture of himself in casual clothes and without makeup on. Women should post without makeup on, post as they look on a casual day off. Many people will not approach beautiful women (and very good looking men) because they are afraid of being rejected, not good enough for them, etc. The not-so-good-looking women and men are more "approachable" and tend to get more dates. That's why EVERYONE is on those online dating sites (except scammers of course..are everywhere).
For men, if you see a beauty contest winner wearing a tiara crown, long white gloves, and the "banner", are you going to walk up and ask for a date? Beautiful or not, men aren't just going to walk up to them on the street and even if they did she would be frightened Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.
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