When some people think about online dating, they immediately think of shows like Catfish (the term ‘catfish’ refers to the act or luring someone into a relation via a fictional online persona) or the story of the “Craigslist killer.” Since we’ve heard of horrible things happening when people meet online, we automatically stigmatize online dating as a bad idea.
Bad boys take no shit from anyone, and they don't follow the rules, while that is a shitty thing to do, that's exactly why you would see multiple women chase them.
But you are a good guy, and the great thing about being a good guy is that she will most likely end up marrying you, you get her for life, a whole life of caring for her and being nice to her, listening to her problems, take pride in that, be who you are, and you may even get regular sex, but unless you have a very deep emotional connection with your wife, she will not feel the same satisfaction as she had felt with the bad boy, which is why she might cheat on you with them, now you can divorce her for that, but what's the point, I say again, it is her nature, it is an anti-feminist thing and an inhumane thing to bar her from living a fulfilled sexual life, I would take comfort in the fact that what I can provide for my wife, that bad boy cannot, however appealing he may be, my wife chose to marry me.
While it is true that only a few pictures and a relatively short description of yourself is not by any means a conclusive summary of who you are as a person, it can be designed in a way that will intrigue the right person to find out more.
We do just about everything online these days, from banking to shopping and everything in between.
We all see so many women dressing in a way that is considered "slutty", I think that men have no right to tell a woman how to dress, women scold men when they make lewd comments, and when they stare at them, guys suddenly go, "if you don't want us to do that, don't look like a slut", this is where you are wrong, it is her right to dress as she likes, and it is her right to scold you for whatever thing you did to make her feel uncomfortable.
Another thing that happens is that, we also see women scolding some guys while appreciating the same type of comments from some other guy, again it is her choice, that guy whose comments did not make her uncomfortable, well, he is gonna get the girl, don't overthink on the why of it, just move on.
Women watch these romantic movies and dream about the perfect guys, but we find that women in real-life are drastically different, and men judge them for that, well, men shouldn't, dreams are dreams, and while she says she wants that in real life in a rush of feelings, she knows it's totally a fantasy and that things like that do not exist in reality, it is your mistake to try and be that prince charming, for two reasons, one, be smart as her and realize it is just a fantasy, and two, stop faking it.
Online dating comes with a slew of assumed stigmas that often deter daters from entering themselves into the virtual dating pool.
And don’t stare at her cleavage while she’s talking (or at least don’t get caught doing it).
In fact, it just may be easier to repel a potential partner virtually than it is in person.
These processes are most often mechanical and straight to the point, but that doesn’t mean your online dating profile has to be the same way.