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Monday, February 16, 2015

The world of the feminist mind. Always dealing with the negatives without promoting the positive in people.

Tinder Experiment Proves Most Men Are Kind of Amazing

Karen X. Cheng & Paul Mestemaker
February 11, 2015

My girlfriends and I have a private Facebook group where we exchange Tinder horror stories. And we’re not the only ones.

Women from all over the Internet submit to ByeFelipe, an Instagram account with over 300,000 followers that calls out guys who turn hostile when they get rejected or ignored.
We hear these horror stories all the time. How common is this kind of behavior? We decided to find out.

So we built a Tinder robot using pictures from our friend Lisa Winning (CEO of HeTexted).
The robot right-swiped on 1,000 profiles of men in San Francisco and another 1,000 in New York City.
Over a thousand men messaged Lisa. Since this was a robot and not actually her, none of the guys received any responses. We were afraid they’d become hostile after being ignored, like we’d seen on ByeFelipe so many times before.

Boyfriend Wanted
Out of 1,007 men who messaged Lisa, how many would you guess turned hostile?


Over a thousand men messaged her and were ignored. And not a single one turned hostile.
That’s pretty impressive.

Just about everyone who messaged her was friendly and respectful. Sure, there was teasing, guys who were straightforward about their intention to hook up, and plenty of bad pick-up lines. But no one became hostile or resorted to name-calling.
After scrolling through all these messages, we started to feel bad about the experiment. Here these guys were putting genuine effort into getting to know her, but she was just a robot. They took the time to ask her meaningful questions. Many of them even Googled her company (which was listed in her profile) in an effort to make conversation.
So if these Tinder horror stories are so common, how come we didn't find a single one among over a thousand messages?

It’s like shark attacks. We hear about them in the news every summer, but only 5 people a year die of shark attacks.
It’s the negative stories that get all the attention. Stories about men being decent and polite just aren't as interesting as the stories of men being jerks. But here it is. Evidence that the vast majority of guys are actually pretty decent.

For every ass-hole, there are a thousand invisible gentlemen.

We don't have to defend the place of men, or women, in the circle, don't have to, in general we know where we belong and what we want, without harming others, we try on the other hand, to point out the obvious; and that is, feminism and manginism is based on one thing and one thing only, they live with an inferiority complex against real men and women, those who choose their own path in life without been guided by the few who suffer from low self esteem.

Men in general are good and respectful to women who show self respect, and vice versa, this is a natural way of things, whether in person or on the web...

But when feminists and their manginas express themselves, they only deal with, as the site above clearly explains, the few ass-holes they came across...and push aside reality that men and women are, respectful of each other and most importantly, themselves.

So I would change the saying above when it come to feminists and their manginas and say;
For thousands of normal men and women, there are a few ass holes who thrive on the negatives as if it's the norms...

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