Just as adding more currency into an economy devalues all the other currency while increasing prices, adding more messages to the dating economy devalues other messages and inflates the self-perceived value of the girls. They begin to think they are more attractive than they really are and begin responding to messages more selectively, thus continuing the cycle.
Very attractive women do not benefit directly from online dating. In the end, guys are contacting women they’d never speak with in real life (other than at a.m.).
The inflated self-perceived sexual value these women develop spills out into the real world, making it more difficult to pick them up.
Luckily, the ones most affected by this are the women you’d likely avoid anyways. Confidence is very difficult to express with a photo or a description.
A few years ago, OKCupid surveyed their users on what they found attractive.
Shockingly, but perhaps not surprisingly, women rated 80% of men below-average.
It has now been made possible by Internet dating sites popular and number to meet the different needs that the company has.