Let’s add some balance to the “social atrocity” scale by giving some typical message responses heterosexual men all too often get from the creepettes when they contact women who advertise themselves on these dating sites: — 1. Only .00 for 30 minutes, and I’ll do some rilly rilly naughty shit for you! Creepette response: *Sigh* That is sooooo unoriginal! The thing that stood out the most was that so much of your interest in someone came down to your first interaction with them. And that leads me to the real question — what impression are you giving with your opening line?A good profile is a great start: you can see that someone cute is interested in you, but what does it really say about them? My standard opening was smooth, winning and — okay, no.Tinder and its GPS-based sister apps have taken the dating world by storm. While some have dubbed them as “hook-up” apps, there’s at least some anecdotal evidence that these digital tools are leading to marriages and meaningful relationships.
Or my personal favourite, “you have cute eyeballs”. Looking back, while I met people that could fit into each of those categories — I also made some genuine friends along the way. My published work is in the genres of horror, sci-fi, and pulp adventure. Man: As opposed to needing a website like this to find platonic friends in the era of Facebook, Twitter, Google Groups, Tumblr, Reddit, etc., etc.? Creepette response: Bullshit no man ever messages for anything other than 2 cyber ur obvously a creeper fukk off and die!! And don’t try to mansplain your way out of it, it’s obvious you’re an oppressive beneficiary of the patriarchy! I'm a published author and freelance editor who has a strong opinion on just about anything I have an opinion on... I'm very non-PC, heavily into progressive politics, and stand up for what I believe in no matter what the cost or level of popularity. The conservatives would say it’s women, the liberals would insist it’s men, but I say it’s BOTH! It’s an entertaining alternative to dry scholarly examinations of how people behave in our present day consumerist society that are penned by psychologists and sociologists. It’s funny and gives you good insights into everyday aspects of life that we’ve all noticed and lived through.