Man poses as woman on dating site

Man poses as woman on dating site

But as I

Wearing Jay Godfrey jumpsuit, Chloe handbag and Miansai bracelet. Reminds me of the time I posted the accompanying photo on Hot or Not. So apparently we're not talking about a Kate Upton lookalike here. As idyllic as it all sounds, the reality isn't quite so simple, as one curious man discovered when he decided to test the theory.

Or a red Starburst, which is easily the worst Starburst flavour. Anyway, Charlie was talking to a female friend on Skype the other night. That's a bit of a mouthful, so we'll just call him Charlie in this article. If you benefit from privilege whether that is race, gender, class or sexual orientation you may never know because every experience you have indicates otherwise.

Before I could even fill out my profile at all, I already had a message in my inbox from a guy. This experience perfectly encapsulates what privilege is. Read the rest of his experience over at Jezebel. By doing so, he did indeed learn how gross some dudes can be.

The user discusses

Charlie sent the man a friendly response, joking about how he hadn't even finished his profile yet. The reality is, is that you have to trust that if an entire group of people are claiming they are oppressed they probably are. It wasn't a mean message, but I found it odd that I would get a message already.

But, as I said, I was bored, so I decided that I would set up a fake profile. So I did the username, and I was up. The user discusses how guys would become unwarrantedly aggressive and would inappropriately steer the conversation into a sexual nature without any prompt. The guy's real name isn't Charlie. After two hours he was so disturbed by the experience that he completely deleted the account.

So I did

Actually, this photo is from Petticoat Pond and is intended to illustrate how nicely girls dressed for church and other occasions in the midth Century. At least, that's what we're told by the world's self-appointed leading authority on women's issues - men. Actually, you'd be surprised. Set it up as a gender-swapped version of me essentially see what would happen. If only every guy on the planet could experience the wrath of misogyny and sexually aggressive behavior.

We just gave him an alias. Before I could send it, I got a follow up message from Mr Four which was needlessly sexual in nature. Go on, throw that dating profile in the bin.