Washington post online dating assistants what it means to be dating
PDA’s homepage is dominated by a photo of high-heeled, mini-dressed women with porn-star simpers on their faces.
(“We originally tried women in potato sacks making frowny faces, but they didn’t generate quite the same interest level from the fellas,” Valentines says, by way of explanation.) PDA only accepts male clients, which it divides into archetypes like “bad boy” and “successful & established.” (Women’s categories, meanwhile, include “attention whore” and “material girl.”) The site promises clients “a steady stream of fresh novelties” — “novelties,” in this case, referring not to confections or playthings, but to actual human women.
What do women really look for on men’s online profiles?
Well, here are the top three things women look for first.
If men can cover these […] The Washington Post recently ran an expose about a new service which offers online daters — mostly male — a turnkey service allowing for dating without any of the antecedent effort.