Attractive world dating site
Yup, you read that right: you have to be deemed ‘attractive’ enough by singles already on the site to get in, which, when you think about it for 0.00001 seconds, is fucking harsh.“Every applicant to Attractive World has to upload a photo or they simply can’t sign up,” says Bart Visser, Attractive World’s Brand Director.
Once the applicant has uploaded a photo and answered five short questions, their profile is put up on a voting page for members to rate whether they are worthy of getting into this “carefully-curated community.”With a three in 10 chance of getting in, and brutal phrasing like “find out if you’ve got what it takes to make the cut” bolded in their marketing emails, I crumbled to my competitive nature and applied to get into Attractive World.
In conclusion, I didn’t love my time on Attractive World.
In many cases, humans subconsciously attribute positive characteristics, such as intelligence and honesty, to physically attractive people.This is partly because they have unusual features that may divide opinion, but also because men think there is less competition While Holly Willoughby (left) is often described as beautiful, Sarah Jessica Parker (right) tends to get a varied response. You have stories to tell, and passions to share, and things to talk about that are more interesting than the weather.Attractive World is a dating platform that originated in France and has now made its way to Australia, and into my inbox.Selling itself as an ‘exclusive’ dating site for those looking for more than a casual hook up, Attractive World has a unique way of filtering Aussie singles: By letting current members vote on whether they are hot enough to get in.
In fact, I waited so patiently that I completely forgot about it and didn’t open the email until Monday morning at work. To dive fully into Attractive World you have to pay $49.95 for one-month access and a bit cheaper if you sign up for longer.