So I just read post on Facebook that deeply offended me, but then also had me questioning my own past views.
A young woman posted about her recent experience using a well known dating app and a response she received from potential, or so she thought, connection. It read along the lines of, “Sorry, I could never go on date with you as, at best, you rate as a 6. Ad I am an 8, obviously I’m looking for someone equal or higher to my rating.”
First of all, who rated him an 8? Secondly, if I were to be objective, I’d score her higher than a 6. However, beauty is subjective. What one finds beautiful is not always seen the same way by another. Using this guy’s rating mechanic and his goal to date equal to or higher, what makes him think a 10 rated woman would want to be seen with a 8 rated male?
The whole thing is preposterous! Beauty is very much within the eye of the beholder and should not be subjective to a dumb ratings method.
I’d like to think I’ve rejected the chance of a relationship based on compatibility, not because of looks alone.
Thoughts of: authorchrisbrown