Livewire websites try to make internet dating less creepy
The cardinal rule of online dating, he says, is to be “really, really hot.” In fairness, “hot” is subjective.
“The more of your personality you show, the more there is for someone to grab onto and get excited about …
Describe yourself in as much quirky detail as possible.” (and Ok Cupid are owned by IAC, the parent company of The Daily Beast.) To be sure, men put more emphasis on looks.
“For them, pictures come first, because they’re so visual, and for good adaptive reason,” says Helen Fisher, a biological anthropologist and Match.com’s chief scientific adviser.
“For millions of years, a man needed to size up a woman to see if she could give him healthy babies.
And if you’re one of the 90 million singles in America, you can do it online.