Men who fake online dating profiles
Millward found out that the pretty-girl-gets-attention thing is not brain surgery, but online it's just like in real life - but that kind of attention is, like, on steroids.
However, after digging into it deeper he backed away from the statement that "women have it easier" when it comes to online dating.
of singles crawl dating sites and apps, flipping through photos and profiles of potential matches. Here at WIRED, we couldn’t help but think there might be a better way to optimize your chances, so we pulled massive amounts of data from Ok Cupid and Match.com, searching for tips that might help you master Internet dating and find someone awesome.
Finding a date, let alone love, just isn’t easy—even though there are plenty of apps for that.
Seemingly nice dudes in quite esteemed careers asking to hook up in 24 hours and sending them naked pics of myself despite multiple times telling them that I didn’t want to.
‘Within a two-hour span it got me really down and I was feeling really uncomfortable with everything.
So next he wondered, what were all these guys saying to the women - and how could a guy get his message to rise above the inbox noise?
Millward decided to put this to the test by making ten fake profiles to see what kind of results he'd get based purely on superficiality.
He found more of the same: The two most attractive women received 83% of all messages and probably would have gotten more if their inboxes hadn’t maxed out.