Dating site for pretty people
I got some pals to weigh in, too, on account of that whole looks-are-subjective thing, and they agreed.One of my friends actually said she'd bang any of the dudes I showed her, but she's Going Through Something right now. No, I'm kidding, I'm sure that there are some nice folks in the mix, although you have to expect a disproportionate number of jerks on a site designed to weed out the less-than-gorgeous.The website has attracted considerable controversy in the media and much criticism since its inception due to its exclusive business model of only allowing perceived attractive men and women to join the dating community.In June 2011, Beautiful was attacked by a virus which allowed users to join without going through the mandatory 48 hour voting process.Learn more about how Oath collects and uses data and how our partners collect and use data.
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.One guy did say my username is a tongue twister, which, okay, it's my just my super-common first plus my super-common middle name, so, dumb. I did partake in a little for-funsies voting this evening...although, the only person I've thumbsed-down so far posted a photo of his sports car and not himself, because, come on.Because it has to be said: Not everyone on the site is a hands-down 10.Its homepage offers the following tantalizing promises: Well, if there are two things I hate, it's riff raff and FAKE beautiful people, so why the hell not?It should be mentioned that I've never really dabbled in online dating, not even Tinder. To join Beautiful People, you fill out a brief application, which looks like this: And yeah, you do have to fill in every section, including your weight.
I haven't been in a cute photo sans boyfriend for, like, two years, so I decided to go with the portrait I use for my Bustle bio. I uploaded a few more photos, including one hair down (bonus: sheer shirt): The tides turned minutes later, and, with my ego fortified, I promptly forgot about this for a few days. From there, it seemed like a regular-enough dating site to me, with some vaguely British twists (people keep "blinking" at me instead of winking).