British dating site for ugly people
That happened to the site’s owner, Greg Hodge, last year.Greg claims that 8.5 million people have been rejected from the site for not being beautiful enough, and that there are currently around 750,000 members.A spokesman for the site said: ''This is our first engagement, and we are obviously delighted for them both.Let’s start off by saying we do not agree with this list of ‘ugly’ features.
You ignore the haters, especially if they’re in the form of a judgmental dating app.That dating app is Beautiful People, a private, members-only site designed to match up physically attractive people with other physically attractive people.Who’s defined as being physically attractive is up to the users of the site, who filter out ‘undesirables’ through, according to the founder, ‘a democratic rating system’.A poll of 3,000 Beautiful People members asked what ‘ugly’ features would make them say ‘no’ to an aspiring member. Beautiful People owner Greg sees some hope in the poll’s results (where, Greg? He said: ‘So many of the ugly traits listed are easily fixable, which means potentially there is a bigger market of beautiful people out there hidden behind excess weight, bad teeth or lack of grooming.
It’s pretty harsh reading, with unibrows and ‘crooked’ noses offensive enough to deem you unworthy of love through the site. ‘With a little more education in aesthetics, we will be able to further increase our market demographic and make the world a more beautiful place.’ Last year Greg offered those rejected from the site plastic surgery advice, so that ‘helpful’ feedback really is intended to make a difference.Since the website was opened to UK members 295,000 people have applied, with only 35,000 being approved.