First, was the women became less trusting, less open and much more selective in who they even talk to.
Second, the number of dudes in shirtless photos and less engaging profiles shot way up.
They have a decent algorithm as I found myself conversing with smart, funny and attractive women regularly. There wasn’t much competition — that is, not many other guys were using it when I was.
Eventually as more and more men (late majority) joined the site, I observed two problems.
Or they may post a picture when they were thinner, so they can get more attention in the beginning.
I don’t know of any other guys who actually took the surveys on there (like I did eagerly); I also know few women who took the surveys for more than a dozen questions.
So, what I’m saying here is that dating online became tougher — the common denominator lowered and therefore interfered with the quality of matches I and others would receive.
“As if catfishing wasn't bad enough, people who are actually trying to find dates or love through online dating sites have to be concerned about people kittenfishing them,” love coach Nikki Leigh told Bustle.
“We have to wonder if people think this is harmless or if people do it intentionally.