The More Amazing You Are, The Harder It Is To Find Love

At least with the second option you are doing what you love doing. To Curious Female, there are many of us good single men that are very seriously looking to meet a good woman to have a relationship with. That doesn’t even make any sense at all, why so many women today are just so very nasty and rotten altogether now when it comes to us men. When you look at so many women nowadays that have their very high outrageous unrealistic expectations and standards, which tells the whole story right there.

With feminism being everywhere now which really made it much worse for many of us men now as well. Women today are the real reason why so many men are going MGTOW, and these type of women have really caused this problem to begin with. Well I would argue that women are held to the same personality standards when looking for a real relationship. However, less work is expected of them when it comes to meeting and dating. This is because the man is still generally expected to make the first move. A beautiful woman will always have many men after them for lust.

These statistics tell us people need to try many times to initiate a connection before they make a match, and that many connections are unlikely to become long-term (or at the very least, “steady dating”) relationships. Yet, it’s estimated that more than 50 million people use an app such as Tinder, with US millennials averaging approximately 1.5 hours a day, according to market research. Online dating also skews very strongly towards appearance as an initial screening criterion.

Hi Dale – Look we men are no saint when it comes to hypergamy, we just do it differently, for beauty and age. Likewise women are hypergamist for resource, it’s not their fault it is the nature’s design. But the problem is when we are not open and honest about where we should settle in terms of standards and how greedy we should become, applies to both genders.

Also, when you look at the data from the online dating app Hinge I also referenced earlier, the top 1 percent of men received 16 percent of female likes. In addition, the bottom 50 percent of men got 4.3 percent of female likes. These stats are absolutely insane and blow any notion of equality in dating out of the water. The “one percenters” of attraction clean up just like the “one percenters” of wealth. Young singles on the dating market – those ages 18 to 29 – are more likely than their older counterparts to say they would take the direct approach by proactively contacting the person. About half in this age group (49%) say this, compared with 37% of daters ages 30 to 49 and 34% of those 50 and older.

Younger singles feel much more pressure from each source. For example, 53% of single 18- to 29-year-olds say there is at least some pressure from society to find a partner, compared with 42% of 30- to 49-year-olds, 32% of 50- to 64-year-olds and 21% of those ages 65 and older. In fact, a majority of singles 65 and older – the vast majority of whom are widowed or divorced, in contrast to young singles who are mostly never married – say they feel no pressure at all from each of these sources. A majority of the overall public (65%) says the increased focus on sexual harassment and assault in the last few years has made it harder for men to know how to interact with someone they’re on a date with. About a quarter (24%) say it hasn’t made much difference, and 9% say it has become easier for men to know how to behave.

Gone are the days when you had to actually go through dating to get laid. Sure, the dates weren’t half bad and some of your relationships were pleasant, if not enjoyable. They seem interested, but after a few e-mails, they disappear. They’re coupled but bored, and hope to reassure themselves that they’re still attractive by hooking men like you.

About two-in-ten (22%) say they feel at least some pressure from friends, while 31% say the same about family members and 37% say they feel society is pressuring them. Younger adults are more likely to see these dating norms as acceptable – sometimes dramatically so. For example, 70% of 18- to 29-year-olds say consenting adults exchanging explicit images of themselves can be acceptable at least sometimes, compared with just 21% of those ages 65 and older. Lesbian, gay and bisexual adults also tend to be more accepting of these norms than their straight counterparts. In fact, LGB adults are the only demographic group studied in which a majority said that open relationships are always or sometimes acceptable (61% vs. 29% of straight adults). Men – especially older men – and Republicans are more likely than women and Democrats to say it’s harder for men to know how to act when dating in the era of the #MeToo movement, though majorities across the board express this view.

Women back many years ago were very different than today which is why men never had trouble meeting a real good woman for themselves at that time, which today women aren’t nothing at all like the past unfortunately. Similar level of success as you and yet we are judged. I basically stated I am highly educated, debt free and have my life in order yet I am being passed over by women who are emotional and financial train wrecks because I’m not in their league. Not true my friend, women are designed to look for resources over looks. Please take celebrity status of Brad Pitt or any male celebrity for that matter, they would be as average.