Do attractive women use online dating
Nobody wants to be with someone who doesn’t have much drive in their life and is happy with mediocrity.
Men and women both want someone to help them grow and to share their life experiences with.
Women want a well-travelled fitness fanatic who loves the theatre while men desire a cosmopolitan photographer with a passion for exercise, according to our brand new research study.
We’ve analysed millions of communications between eharmony members and found that men who list travelling, exercise, theatre, dancing and cooking receive most interactions from women online.
The reasons behind this could go back to evolutionary psychology: women are looking for a potential mate that will be a good provider and protector of the family.
From a female perspective, men who describe going out with friends as a favourite way to spend their free time receive a 14% decrease in communications from women.
I can’t help but notice, though, that I hear very different complaints from men than from women (at least the straight ones—my gay friends are another matter).
Men looking to meet women online often tell me they feel frustrated because women don’t write back to them.
Outdoor interests, politics, pets, photography and watching sport make up the remainder of the top 10 most attractive interests.
For women, exercise is the most desirable pastime, followed by photography, travel, art and dance.
Women, on the other hand, tell me they get quantity rather than quality in terms of men writing to them.