Rude dating websites
Tweten, who is 27 and works for an entertainment company in Los Angeles, has been on and off Ok Cupid since 2010.
She acknowledges that these types of messages come from a relatively small number of users.
I thought I would share with you an e-mail conversation I had with a website visitor who was sick and tired of the lack of etiquette on dating websites. In my experience, on dating sites men do not feel the need to be courteous because there are no repercussions or accountability for not doing so.
Maybe it will help you if you’ve found yourself or someone you know in a similar situation. Often when I contact a man whose profile I like, he doesn’t even bother to answer.
The women who send in their screenshots to Tweten's Instagram account say no — sometimes clearly, sometimes apologetically — to the men who message them, and then face verbal abuse and insults in return.
Other times, women ignore the rude messages and are still attacked.
If you weren’t interested, you shouldn’t have fucking replied at all! I hate that men think they can talk to women like that.
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I think I am quite attractive, intelligent, and accomplished.
I try at least to send a short polite “No, thank you.” when someone contacts me and I’m not interested.
Online dating can be tough for everyone, but women face a particularly difficult challenge: dealing with aggressive messages from men on a daily basis.
No one likes rejection, but some men on online dating sites like OKCupid and Tinder lack the grace to deal with women politely turning them down.
I hope that men realize that women are inundated with messages so we can't reply to all of them," said Tweten to Urban defines "Bye Felipe" as "when a male says he’s leaving and you could really give two shits that they are.