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Girls Care About Money, Guys Care About Looks. Here’s Why Girls Get Screwed On Dating Sites.

by J. Money on Thursday, October 11, 2012

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(Guest Post by Kathryn C. aka MakinSense Babe)

If I had to choose between two guys: one who makes $250,000 per year and was just “ok” looking, and the other who makes around $60,000 per year but was “hot”, I’d choose the guy with the cash.

I know…. I’m so superficial right? This is the truth though according to a few researchers from University of Chicago and MIT who did a study to find out what factors drive communication between men and women. They recorded activity from 23,000 online daters during a three and a half month period and found that:

“For men there is no amount of income that the woman in the bottom ten percent in terms of appearance can earn to make men prefer her over women in the top 10 percent. That is, looks really matter to men relative to income. For women though, if the man in the bottom ten percent in terms of looks earns more than $248,500, they will prefer him over the more attractive guy earning $60,000.”

I can appreciate these observations, but it’s now clear that girls are getting hosed when it comes to this online dating stuff.

Why Girls Are Getting Hosed

For those of you who’ve never been on these sites (or at least tell people you haven’t), there’s usually a place for guys to enter their income on their dating profile, it looks like this on match.com:

match income profile
So now we know this guy’s an English speaking liberal dancer who loves dogs, awesome. But, you can see what the problem is right? A ton of guys don’t fill in the “income” field.

Ok fine, maybe he left it blank because he’s modest or temporarily unemployed, or maybe he works for a non-profit. Whatever the case is, girls are left making a lot of assumptions about a guy’s career since a lot of them don’t indicate how much money they make.

Guys have it made because we know that nearly every girl puts her picture up (my guy friends have confirmed this for me). They say if a girl doesn’t put a picture up, it’s a huge red flag. Guys have the benefit of just taking a quick look at a picture of a girl and deciding instantly if he’s interested in her by comparing her picture to the other pictures he’s seen that day.

Here’s the problem: we now know based on that study that if a guy makes over $250,000, a girl is most likely going to be more interested in him than a guy who makes a lot less, but is hotter. So how are we really supposed to compare apples to apples if some guys tell us how much money they make and others don’t?

Calgon take me away, something needs to be fixed!

Relative Comparisons Drive Our Decisions

“We don’t have an internal value meter that tells us how much things are worth. Rather, we focus on the relative advantage of one thing over another, and estimate the value accordingly.” – Dan Ariely

When we’re deciding between a few things, whether it’s what to have for dinner, what to buy, or where to go on vacation, we rely on making relative comparisons because we don’t know what we want unless we have something else to compare it to. Have you ever ordered dessert with out asking what all the choices are or looking at the dessert menu? Maybe you want chocolate cake, but you always want to know what your other options are so you can compare the chocolate cake you think you want to a potentially better dessert?

We make comparisons in order to help us make decisions for the same reason we stereotype people: it’s a short cut for our brain when we don’t want to think too hard about something.

Look at this example from Dan Ariely’s book Predictably Irrational:

If you’re interested in subscribing to The Economist, which one of these subscriptions would you choose?

  1. Economist.com subscription for 1 year- US $59.00
  2. Print subscription – US $125.00
  3. Print & web subscription – US $125.00

Out of 100 of students, 84 chose the 3rd option, 16 chose the 1st option, and ZERO chose the second option. The marketing folks at The Economist who work on the pricing for subscriptions know exactly what they’re doing – getting you to focus on a relative comparison will drive you to the subscription they want you to buy, the 3rd, which is coincidentally the most expensive option. Doy.

When Dan removed the 2nd option, 68 of his students chose the 1st option, the internet only at $59, and only 32 chose the 3rd option, internet and print at $125. Eliminating the 2nd option makes it hard for buyers to make a relative comparison with the 1st and the 3rd options because they’re not that comparable.

It’s harder to make a decision unless we see it in context relative to another comparable option. The marketers at The Economist slipped in the print only option (at $125) to make the print & web subscription look more appealing (also at $125). They don’t know if you want online or print, but if you want both, the $125 for both doesn’t look so bad because you now feel like you’re getting the web part for free.

The Solution to the ‘Missing Income Information” With Online Dating Sites

I already know I’m not going get any dates after I post this since guys will think I’m a gold digger, so I might as well tell you my genius solution since I’ve gone this far.

Let’s agree that based on this study, we know that past a certain threshold, $250,000, girls care less about looks and more about money, and, there’s no amount of money a girl could make that would make a guy prefer her if she was in the bottom 10 percent in terms of looks. Girls will trade out looks for money at a certain point whereas guys never will.

If we’re playing tit for tat, guys leaving the income field blank is the same (in terms of importance of information) as girls not having a picture up, right? So unless more guys start to fill in the income information, the inconsistency and lack of income data screws up any relative comparisons we’re trying to make. Guys don’t have this disadvantage because nearly all girls put pictures up!

The Solution? Dating sites should require that guys say how much money they make so girls a can make relative comparisons just like guys do with our pictures.

Please forward this to anyone you know who works at an online dating company. And thank you for supporting my mission.

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Kathryn plows through any news that impacts your money and makes sense of it. Her site, MakinSenseBabe.com, is dedicated to non-finance people because finance people are annoying. She has worked in the asset management industry for 13 years and has factual data to back up her claim.

Photo credit: seanmcgrath


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1 Pauline October 11, 2012 at 6:32 am

I totally agree with you, this is unfair! But you can still make an educated guess if the guy is working as a lawyer, doctor or startup anything in San Francisco… I never used match but on another site you can see if the guy lives alone, has roommates, owns a car or a bike, and keep narrowing your income bracket, unless he just racked up debt for the past 10 years. “let’s have our first date at Taco Bell?” can also help :)

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2 Lance @ Money Life and More October 11, 2012 at 7:18 am

As a guy this would be a complete turn off. Thanks for telling all guys to not put their income up! Maybe you should quit putting your picture up if it is that important and agree to switch a picture for their W-2/tax return?

I wouldn’t be upset if the woman made as much or had a career path that allowed them to make a good income but if you’re just looking to be financially supported good luck! There are guys who will do that no problem but I’m not one of them. Luckily I have a girlfriend!

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3 Budget & the Beach October 11, 2012 at 7:31 am

From my own experience I disagree. I don’t care if a guy puts his income. If they don’t have a pic though, I’m not interested. Not because I’m just interested in looks either, but a person who puts their pic up seems more invested in meeting someone. I also “judge” if I’m interested based on what they write in their profile, and how they correspond with me, meaning if a guy writes, “ur cute, we should meet 2day” or something of that nature, good riddance.

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4 Glen @ Monster Piggy Bank October 11, 2012 at 8:06 am

I’ve never used a dating website,but I know plenty of people that do, and they all say that if the person doesn’t have a photo attached to their profile, they don’t even bother looking any further.

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5 William @ Drop Dead Money October 11, 2012 at 8:19 am

Interesting thought but there’s more to it, I suspect. Like in the Economist print example, a guy posting his income without a picture isn’t going to cut it. Gals look at both, don’t kid yourself. So, guys need to post a picture AND an income… and it’s the girl getting hosed?

The truth is both are getting hosed in some way or another, but that’s true in real life too. In everything, you have to take a chance, because we all have imperfect information to start off with. The key is trying to keep it short and learn as much as you can as quickly as you can. It’s true in investing, as well as dating, getting a new job, moving to a different place and a host of changes we make to (hopefully) improve our lives.

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6 SMB October 11, 2012 at 8:50 am

I’m sure statistically this is right, but I had a different experience. I was only interested in guys who posted a picture, because you honestly have no idea what you’re going to get if they don’t. I usually took the income category with a grain of salt, assuming people would exaggerate it. What perked my interest in the guy I’m with was that he was a teacher. I knew that meant his income wasn’t going to be great, but hey, personality and interests matter more to me. And I believe online dating does work – I only went on one date and we’re still together over two years later.

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7 Matthew October 11, 2012 at 8:51 am

Then I think it’s fair to say that guys get hosed on the pictures. How many times do guys meet girls only to find that the picture they posted was 10+ years old, taken from a flattering angle, or simply not a picture of the actual girl? Based on the author’s solution, that would mean that it should be okay for men to lie about their income on those dating site.

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8 Eddie October 11, 2012 at 9:16 am

I’d like to start off by saying: Great post and well defined on your point. However, I disagree that women are getting screwed. Why does one’s income even matter? I thought mostly everyone want’s a good person, easygoing, attractive etc….so if he’s a plumber and earning $60k AND HAPPY, why does it matter that he need to earn $150k? Unless you can offer the same $150k income (and by you I mean it in general terms), don’t look for it!

That’s why doctors/lawyers/VPs only date within their social status for the most part.

Ask only for what you can give. This is where a lot of guys sometimes get it wrong from a physical standpoint. If you’re average looking, look for average looking.

Personally I don’t care for one’s income level, as long as they’re happy doing what they do. Certainly nobody enjoys dating anyone married to their job or someone who’s always cheesed due to the stress of their job.

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9 Paul October 11, 2012 at 9:24 am

What is this garbage of an article? Big time FAIL J Money for allowing this to be posted….

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10 David@SkepticFinance October 11, 2012 at 9:25 am

I never thought about this, as a guy I wouldn’t have thought it necessary to include my income (I never used dating sites) but I would also have never considered girls without a picture. Is this idea politically correct? No. But it’s reality.

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11 MakinSense Babe October 11, 2012 at 9:36 am

@Matthew, agree 100% great point.

@SkepticFinance, that’s the point, for some reason it’s not politically incorrect to basically require a girl to put her picture up (lets be honest you don’t take anyone seriously who doesn’t) but it IS politically incorrect to require a guy to put down his income level.

In the long run, looks and money obvs aren’t the driving factor in a happy relationship unless you’re a goober, but the study shows how guys and girls behave based on these superficial things, so it’s only fair to encourage guys putting income down.

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12 Jen2 October 11, 2012 at 10:06 am

The picture thing is funny because you feel pressured to put up a good picture of yourself or people won’t bother looking at you and your profile, but then you run the risk of someone being dissappointed by your looks (and in my experience, telling you so).

The rules of dating and being civil have changed with on-line dating. Luckily for me, I am happily married to a man that I did not meet on a dating site. I did do on-line dating when I was single though I felt that all the fields and the pictures people use are very deceiving. I included pictures in my profile that were less attractive, but involved activities I like, but apparently he didn’t see them.

My husband finds me very attractive but I had one date tell me I didn’t meet his expectations from my pictures. He agreed that I look like exactly like them, but he thought they were the best of me and apparently that is not truth in advertising. I didn’t find him attractive either because he was rude, but also because of his maneurisms. It didn’t matter how much he made.

I don’t think all women look at money equal to how men look at looks. I think men weigh looks much more than women weigh money. Actually, I think men only look at looks on dating websites, but I don’t think that women would date someone based only on their income. That’s probably a little pessimistic. I’m sure there are plenty of men who read the profiles, but I think that they would probably date someone they didn’t think they would like personality-wise if they were a 8-10. Someone they might find attractive in person though often does not even warrant a glance at the profile if the pictures aren’t the most attractive.

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13 CP October 11, 2012 at 11:17 am

It’s a well thought argument, but I disagree. Looks are subjective, income is not. Men have different definitions of “attractive,” though obviously some women are knockouts in almost every man’s eyes. Also, the idea that women don’t care as much about looks is deceiving at best, because let’s be honest, everyone cares about looks; especially in the meat market environment of online dating.

I think guy’s are the ones that get screwed in dating websites, and it’s probably our own fault. Why? Because I’m sure every half-decent-looking girl has to sift through a bunch of BS messages from guys before they read one decent message that’s worthy of a reply. Unfortunately, the decent message probably won’t get a reply either apparently, if no income is listed.

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14 Ginger @ Girls Just Wanna Have Funds October 11, 2012 at 11:22 am

You are in for a lot of backlash LOL!! Loved this post!

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15 R. L. Youssef October 11, 2012 at 11:22 am

This is an interesting read. My question is that if income is required to post, who is to say men will be honest about it, anyhow? Also, some men may prefer to not be judged by their financial status if they don’t want a lady who is going to bleed their pockets dry, so why force them into disclosing?

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16 Money Beagle October 11, 2012 at 12:11 pm

All this shows is that girls are just as superficial as guys are always accused of being, just about different things. Luckily, it’s been a long time since I’ve had to deal with online dating sites, but it doesn’t sound like things have been made any easier.

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17 Alice @ EarningMyTwoCents October 11, 2012 at 1:11 pm

Interesting theories here, but I think that the way people behave on the internet or when asked to compare looks and money will be different than they behave in person. If asked to compare people in person you weigh many more factors than thir specs online. Here, personality and compatability (the main relationship factors) come into play. I think that the study reflect’s women’s interest in stability and responsibility as reflected in a good income, which I would agree most women (and men too) would be looking for. But I agree about the comparison shopping. Dating sites seem to me to be like grocery stores, full of comparisons merely because the information on alternatives is. To illustrate, you wouldn’t ask to read the ingredient list and compare the nutrition facts of a dish at a restaurant and instead would savor it. But at a grocery store you review not only the packaging but the nutrition facts and prices of all comparable foods.

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18 MakinSense Babe October 11, 2012 at 1:26 pm

@MoneyBeagle 14 gold stars for you. You nailed my point.

@Alice I would be curious to learn more about the women they included in this study. Like if some of the women make their own (good) money, do they still make the decisions based on income like the study says. I would bet no. At the end of the day, women are looking for a clown ninja, someone who entertains them and makes them feel safe. How women feel “safe” is left open for discussion.

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19 Josh D. October 11, 2012 at 2:07 pm

You could just go out with the guy and then ask him at the start of the date how much he makes. See how well he responds to that… :-)

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20 Abigail October 11, 2012 at 2:19 pm

Um, what about guys who don’t state their income BECAUSE they don’t want a woman who’s so interested in their money?

Via dating sites, I met a couple of guys who were pretty darn comfortable financially. But they didn’t mention it when we emailed back and forth, and it took me a few dates to figure out that they didn’t just overspend on clothes — they had the money to back it up.

And, yes, they’d hardly be the majority of non-income-listing guys, but they do exist.

Also, I’m with the other gals on here: I care more about a picture than stated income. You can find out that detail as you find out if you even like the guy. For me, it was just a case of wanting a guy who could get and keep a job. And let’s not forget that you can’t tell “keep” from income levels.

By the way, to all the guys who snort and think “Hey, so we’re even!”… there are PLENTY of guys who don’t post accurate photos. Trust me.

Oh and for the record, I met my husband on Craigslist. Weird, but true.

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21 pd October 11, 2012 at 3:22 pm

As a 20-something woman living in a big city and doing the whole online dating on a free site, I’ve seen just about everything.
I’d have to say a guy’s picture is going to tell me a lot more about him than his income will. Does he know how to dress himself, how does he behave hanging out w/ his friends/family, is he flashy, etc. If I find myself cringing just looking at his picture, I don’t care how high his income is, it’ll never work.
As for the average/better-looking guys that do list their income, I take it with a grain of salt. Of course there are those attractive guys who tell you they dropped out of high school and make 15-20k/yr. Again, “thanks for being honest”, but never going to work. I try to atleast give the average looking guys that leave it blank a chance.
My opinion… if you’re an average looking guy who graduated college and currently employed… it’s ok to leave income blank. just make sure the girls know you’re working.

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22 Jacob @ iheartbudgets October 11, 2012 at 3:53 pm

Here’s the solution: Women concerned with income should be able to filter out any man who doesn’t put up his income, as well, men should be able to filter out anyone who doesn’t put up a picture. Problem solved. Men just need to know that if they fill in that field, they WILL get him up by more gold diggers. ;)

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23 RichUncle EL October 11, 2012 at 4:16 pm

Great post, But I still dont think you fully convinced guys to give up their income amount, because then we can keep a low radar from money hungry people. You would have more success telling all the girls you know to remove their pictures from the sites, and only to release it after guys release their income figures.

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24 LB @ Finanical Black Sheep October 11, 2012 at 5:26 pm

Wow, so what you are saying is people truly are superficial and base facts on first impressions? Probably not your point, but what I got out of the story. I don’t use dating sites, because I have been married 7 years, so I have nothing to compare this to.

(Hey look women do compare things lol). I am probably just talking to myself as my humor seems to be lost on people who don’t understand things beyond what is in front of them, but hey whatever, sometimes I just like to “hear myself talk” and make jokes to make myself laugh.

My real point is that is seems as though, even in this day and age, many people use their first impression to make judgement on other people. I for one did not understand that, because of all of the schooling and sensitivity classes I have taken. That is until today, when my instructor is making us write a 4 page research paper (due tomorrow) on first impressions and how someone is judged BAD because of simple first impressions.

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25 Bryan October 11, 2012 at 8:37 pm

I think it’s worth noting that, in the study, women are not just choosing “okay” looking guys over great-looking guys if the men make enough money. The study goes specifically states guys in the bottom ten percent of looks can be chosen if they make enough money.

So, not to be too critical, but you’ve set up a false binary from the get-go (that does sound very critical, but, for whatever one asinine comment on the internet is worth, I agree with your overall evaluation). As a guy (a happily married guy who is only speaking hypothetically), if I had to choose between a great-looking woman who made a little money and an okay-looking woman who made a bunch of money, I’d pretty happily go with the okay-looking woman. However, if the choice was between the beautiful poor-ish woman and the bottom-ten-percent-er (which, I guess, reads to me as somebody I [and most people] find actively unattractive/very ugly), I agree, I’d probably go for the attractive woman.

All I’m saying is that the stakes (beautiful vs. ugly) are higher than have been laid out here (beautiful vs. average).

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26 J. Money October 12, 2012 at 10:00 am

Haha… I love reading all these comments ;) Thanks again for giving us something juicy to think about, MakinSense Babe! Always a fan of fresh (and juicy!) articles… Def. looking forward to more of your crazy videos too :)

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27 Dennis October 13, 2012 at 9:08 am

I agree with Paul.
This is why men dont post thier income, because they want woman to be into them for
the person they are and not the materials they posses. If a woman skips my profile
because she doesnt know my income, then good for me. That is not the person I
want to date. Guys, beware for these kinds of woman. DO NOT SHOW YOUR
INCOME!

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28 Julie October 14, 2012 at 2:26 pm

Given two choices, I will always pick the less-attractive guy who makes more money. Good looking guys tend to have huge egos and I don’t have a big enough car to carry around a big ego.

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29 michelle October 15, 2012 at 8:08 pm

I don’t read anything into a guy not posting his income. I won’t post mine. I don’t even think that’s an appropriate question for the 1st (or 10th) date, so why would I expect to know it upfront? I do occasionally rule guys out based on their income. Mostly because I don’t think a relationship where I make 3x more than the guy I’m with is likely to be successful. I make exceptions for guys that are trying to save the world :)

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30 Evan October 16, 2012 at 10:47 am

I only read about half the comments but anyone that believes:

“If I had to choose between two guys: one who makes $250,000 per year and was just “ok” looking, and the other who makes around $60,000 per year but was “hot”, I’d choose the guy with the cash”

Is not true of 92% of women on an online dating site is absolutely nutty…just like any woman who believes that if the picture of you is in a pink moo-moo doesn’t matter because they’ll read the description and see you are a saint is nutty

THANK YOU FOR BEING HONEST

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31 Bret @ Hope to Prosper October 22, 2012 at 2:16 pm

I have been married for decades and have never used a dating service.

My question is: Why in the world would any guy post his income online?

If he makes a lot of money (or lies), he is going to attract gold diggers and social climbers. If he doesn’t make a lot of money (and is honest), he is going to get weeded out by most of the women on the site. It seems like a lose / lose situation to me.

If a man has a job and his picture is acceptable, that should be enough information for a first date. Incomes should be discussed at a more appropriate time in a relationship.

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32 MakinSense Babe October 24, 2012 at 5:18 pm

For those of you guys who think that if you post your income, that you’re only going to attract “gold diggers”, news flash, women make $$ too.

You’re living in the 1950′s if you think that the ONLY thing that attracts women to you is your $$. This study shows that $$ is a, (as in “one”) factor, but not the “only” factor if she decides she is going to pick you.

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33 Brad December 20, 2012 at 9:25 am

Seriously? No wonder why there are so many divorces these days. That is extremely shallow of women. Unreal. I don’t list an income level and I still get bombarded with emails and go out on many dates. There are quite a few girls who don’t care about money…the rest I avoid like the plague.

I am usually vague about what I do for work. The income range could vary with what I do, although I am sure some judge and stop emailing. I would rather find out earlier and RUN.

I make in the 65k range, which is not a real lot. That doesn’t factor in that my family owns multiple businesses that I am being groomed to take them over. I typically avoid dating local girls, as my last name is a dead giveaway. When I meet girls online further out, I can hide it for a while until I can tell money is not a concern and I can be more open about it. It’s a fine line of being secretive.

I will have a very comfortable life. I have 0 credit card, studen loan or car loan debt, and a beautiful newly built home, nice vehicle etc all on 65k. Probably not what the average person making 65k has, and someday, I will have another digit in my salary and a few more digits in my net worth. Ironically, I live below my means so you could never tell. It helps me weed out the Shallow women. It works.

If a girl emails me because for whatever reason, and limits herself because I left my income alone, that’s her loss…and I am glad she moved on.

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34 shelley February 26, 2013 at 6:00 pm

it’s this pointless society of shallow sex – crazed Neanderthals that’s made me want to stay single! with morons that care only about stupid things, it’s a wonder I’m not regretting being paired up!

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35 Sammy July 8, 2013 at 8:10 pm

The woman writing this article is speaking for herself. This is when its okay to call a girl a whore.

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36 Daniel September 16, 2013 at 2:57 am

I think that women who need to see how much a guy makes before she will give him a chance is the most selfish thing I’ve ever heard. And besides. Men have it the right way. If there was no money. What would women look for then? If women weren’t so superficial and Gold digging, they would find better men and live happier lives. Men go for looks because it is a natural instinct to find a visual match that visually set odd genetic markers saying, Yes that female is a compatible match.

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37 TM October 26, 2013 at 11:26 am

This is not unfair, this is called self entitled bullshit.

First of all, guys don’t want you to like them for their money. And that is a perfectly valid approach, just as you wouldn’t want to be loved for money either. Clearly, if it takes $250k to offset a good looking guy at $60k, looks are pretty bloody important to women too, and this is more a matter of degree than absolute differences – so let’s not have the pot call the kettle black – both men and women judge on appearances and neither wants to be used as a cashier.

Which brings me to my second, far more important point. There is absolutely NOTHING unfair about a guy omitting his income information – because guess what, women not only omitt that information too, but furthermore, THEY TOO DEMAND PICTURES! It is not just men who regard a lack of pictures as a red flag – women do too! And looks are clearly still the most important factor for both sexes (Otherwise it wouldn’t take $250k to offset $60k).

This is actually called equality – men and women both get to see pictures, and generally dont want to see profiles without pictures. Both men and women dont want to be loved for money, and prefer to omitt earnings information. Perfectly equal approach.

It is very telling of the self entitlement complex of women that the author sees this situation as somehow ‘screwing over’ women, especially when that screwing over is in relation to their self aggrandizement goals. What’s more, people omit that information for a reason – nobody likes gold diggers. Why should men be forced to co-opt into yet another self serving female scheme? Bitch, get your own high paying job!

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38 Bree February 28, 2014 at 3:03 pm

Dumb, sexist article. As a woman, I’d be waaaaay more interested in the HOT guy making 60k over the so-so guy making more. In fact, I don’t care what a guy makes as long as he’s attractive and turns me on. What’s wrong with that? We’re constantly told that men only care about women’s looks and youth. I think as women continue to gain more earning power, men will have to be more concerned with their own appearance as well. The shirtless selfie trend is evidence of this happening already.

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39 Incel2k March 19, 2014 at 1:02 am

Utter nonsense…I posted a profile, with pic on a dating site. I even STATED I make top income, listed my business management, so on so forth. But women were STILL going for unemployed alcoholics and drugged up guys.

This article is why I deter from dating websites. And I MUST agree with Bree above.

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40 kofybean June 1, 2014 at 2:51 am

A) women filter men by height, not income. All dating sites require a height listed. So short men don’t even get viewed and ignored.
B) if they require men to put income they should require women to put their income as well.
C) pictures work both ways.
D) they should require women to put their weight or measurements since Average and curvy seem to mean fat nowadays.

All in all, online dating is easier for women, harder for short men.

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41 dave bowen August 27, 2014 at 5:54 pm

It all proves only one thing,as far as i am concerned. Women can insist all they want that they do not want a man to “take care of them’ But the bottom line is all they care about is the size of his bank account,and how much he can spend on them. Women are mercenary as hell,and could not care at all about what is in a mans heart,and most of them refuse to take the time to find out. And,beware fellas,all those things she finds endearing,cute,and appealing in you when you are just dating,will become repulsive to her once the relationship gets serious. Then she will insist on making you over into HER image of what you should be.

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42 Truth October 5, 2014 at 7:46 pm

Most women nowadays want a man with money since they’re Very High Maintenance, and they will never settle for less.

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