I think this Twitter thread does describe a large cohort of young women, especially in the 18-22 range. You might have to hang around the college campus to find them.
We are going to have to make a stand somewhere, with at least the Top 30% of women. Probably, if you get them early before they are corrupted, 50% of women would be OK.
Most any woman who is slim, white, has long hair, dresses nicely (but no makeup necessary), no noserings, blue hair or face tattoos, age 18-21, is probably a 6+/10 and likely an 8/10. It is really not that competitive these days.
Today, your average 7/10 “nice guy” is basically invisible. But, maybe that is true of the average 7/10 “nice girl” too.
Here’s a nice 7/10 girl, slim, long hair, no makeup, who also happens to be Gwyneth Paltrow.
All the dating discourse on this app by men only applies to attractive women, because other women functionally don’t exist to them. there’s an entire class of women who are basically invisible to men (thread)
i’m friends with a sweet Christian girl, works on a farm and goes to school with me. we lift weights together. thin, white, long hair, but not the most attractive face. you guys would probably give her a 4 on an average day, 5 if she did her hair and makeup.
she’s traditional and wants a family and kids, but she’s never had a bf. she’s never even been asked out. all the dates she’s been on are ones she set up herself, and none worked out. she’s not antisocial. she meets plenty of men, but none of them see her as a prospect.
i know so many girls in her boat. another traditional Christian girl who’s majoring in accounting, slightly aspie linguistics major who loves knitting and archery, athletic sourdough-baking girl with a dry sense of humor and easy smile, shy taiwanese CS major in my choir.
they all come to me for dating advice, and i can’t give them anything better than encouragement and platitudes. they could looksmaxx a bit—replace glasses with contacts, wear makeup, etc. but they’re all thin and take good care of themselves so there’s just not much they can do.
what do you do if you’re not even getting approached, ever? or maybe it’s happened once in your life and the guy wasn’t attractive to you? i wish i had answers for them.
it is brutal out there for plain, slightly nerdy girls on a college campus. they all want relationships, they would all make good wives, but they’re not even dating. they can’t even find baseline *mutual attraction* with any guy, let alone that plus values/goals compatibility
i’d imagine these types are the bulk of girls who end up single at 30, not girls who partied too much in their 20s and “hit the wall”. people like that story because then it’s someone’s fault there’s a way for her to avoid that fate.
what happens to girls like my friends? what should they do? this is a genuine question. if any of you have advice i can pass along to them i will.