I think that it helps in many ways but I also think it can devalue the idea of dating.If there is one thing I learned about dating, whether it be online or the traditional way, is that you have to know what you want."Often when I get messages on that site simply complimenting me I just ignore them because the compliments are never sincere and I see no reason to respond, so I thought I would try out a simple response of 'yes' and see what would happen" She quickly found out that most dudes did Boniface said she thinks that the negative response might have "a lot to do with how some men believe that they have the power to tell women what they are, without considering that women have already acknowledged this themselves." "Retracting the compliment seems to be sort of a confused response," she said."They don't know what to do when a woman isn't grateful for their comments and so they take away the compliment as if this will change anything." Gweneth Bateman, an 18-year-old from the U.Bateman then began responding to her own "complimentary" messages in a similar fashion, including those received through Twitter direct message, Facebook and texting. Below are a few of them, which she provided to Huff Post: "Many responses state how 'vain' and 'conceited' I was for agreeing with their compliment which I found baffling," Bateman said."Why give me the compliment in the first place if you didn't want me to believe it?For me, working full-time, traveling, and using the little time I have to spend with people I value, and who value me is how I choose to spend it.
Before you date, you should love yourself, know yourself, and be okay on your own. Even though it might be psychologically accurate, this is not the kind of advice I will forward to my friend as it will only be useful to her to attract men physically.But we’re talking long-term here, so…Few of them are surprisingly very good.K., shared Boniface's Tumblr post with her 66,700 Twitter followers.Bateman told The Huffington Post she wanted to introduce the experiment to her following because she thought it made an important point about how women are treated on the Internet.