The online dating site OK Cupid have disclosed that people who post the most beautiful profile pictures are less likely to receive dates than people with more down-to-Earth looks.
That's consistent with other research, reviewed by social psychologists at the which demonstrated that people move out of the way when extremely attractive women walk through public space.
Data stolen in the breach is now being sold online, including sexual preferences, relationship status, income, addresses and more.It will hurt your ego if the voters decide that you are not pretty or handsome enough.This can be very hurtful and kill your self esteem. Anyway, you can find good looking singles on any other dating site.I admit that the members from Korea, Japan are really good looking. Surprisingly only 30% of the voters liked my profile.For some reason people decided that I was not handsome enough to be part of the community. In my opinion join if you are a '10' and safe your time if you're not a supermodel.No more recent user data or any data relating to users who joined from mid July 2015 onward is affected," Beautiful People told in a statement.The site has previously courted controversy after it dumped 30,000 members who it said weren't attractive enough; it also removed 5,000 members that it claimed had gained weight."Attractiveness can convey more power over visible space, but that in turn can make others feel they can’t approach that person," said Dr.Tonya Frevert, who studies the different ways that extreme physical beauty is received in social situations.Beautiful People said all affected members were being told about the breach, as they were when the hack was first reported last December."The breach involves data that was provided by members prior to mid July 2015.