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Very well put. Scary, true and sad and with a little glimpse of hope that we tend to get bored with things over time ;)


Such good commentary and I agree...add to this an expectation that the only form of inter-action is to 'connect'. Then it becomes even more limiting. Most times I am looking as much for conversation and company (within my 'family') and even when with my boyfriend, I still approached individuals believing this is a nice way to behave. The outcome is invariably the same: I am ignored. Such a disappointment when so many claim they want something other than just sex. I think we shoot ourselves in our collective feet :)

Chad Weese

To be fair, men are largely visual creatures. That, and intent play a large part in social interaction. If we're not out to get laid, then what a person looks like doesn't much matter. However, if we are out to get laid (or find a long-term partner), then looks are extremely important. The physical attraction must be there along with all of the other traits that we look for (usually secondary to physical appeal but equally as important in the long term).

As for ending contact after seeing a picture that doesn't appeal, that's something that has come directly out of internet/faceless interaction. It's easier to simply end a conversation than it is to tell someone that they simply don't appeal to you. You have to ask yourself which is worse: to stop talking (and pretend something has come up), or tell the person straight out that you don't find them attractive (and potentially hurt them unnecessarily). Of course, if you're a shallow prick like some of those guys depicted in popular t.v., then all of this is moot.

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