Dating for beautiful people
I don't think much of anything is, but that's just one reporter's opinion.
It can happen to anyone and everyone regardless of age, race, and background.
Reportedly 30,000 people who were mistakenly let into the dating community were kicked off of the website as a result.
The media dubbed the virus "Shrek" after the animated film with an underlying story line of how looks should not matter.
You would apply to them by submitting a photo or two of yourself and filling out a questionnaire, and members would proceed to vote you in or out.
Vain 13-year-old me ate stuff like this up (as if middle school itself didn't afford enough opportunities to have my looks/menial details about my personhood judged harshly in a public forum).
The presence of violence or threat of violence is not a good thing and should not happen to a man or woman who is within a relationship or while courting another.
As you could probably guess, you need to get enough Beautifuls, or at least Hmmm OKs, to outweigh any negative votes. I remembered one of my online dating-savvy friends extolling the importance of varied photos a few months ago: "You want some of your face, you want some of your body, you want some being goofy, you want some smiling normally, you want at least three different hairstyles," she said, ticking off her fingers.
Because it has to be said: Not everyone on the site is a hands-down 10.
I got some pals to weigh in, too, on account of that whole looks-are-subjective thing, and they agreed.
You can see info like this about people who have shown interest in you: So, all in all, Beautiful People seems like a pretty normal way to search for love, "fun and flirts," and party invites, barring the whole attractives-only gimmick.
Is it worth putting yourself through the stomach-turning feeling of watching hundreds of people rate you as unattractive?