Then celebrate because, while it may not seem like it on the surface, you are going to have a much happier life than the hapless woman who snapped up the Adonis lookalike.Ugly men, according to research published this week, are a safe bet when it comes to love.
The website, which only allows members who are "voted in" by those of the opposite sex, was hacked last December.
Data stolen in the breach is now being sold online, including sexual preferences, relationship status, income, addresses and more.
So Sienna Miller is a lucky girl to be dating lanky lover Rhys Ifans.
Marry an ugly man and he will never tell you your bum looks big or turn his head to gawp at prettier women. Because he is so grateful that you even look in his direction. According to scientists at the University of Tennessee, if you choose a facially challenged male then you are going to have a happy life.
And I suppose some singletons would feel like it’s easier to date among a pool where everyone has lowered expectations about physical appearances.
I’m troubled, though, because “ugliness” and “attractiveness” are so subjective.
The idea that some people may define themselves as being “ugly,” if they’re not really at peace with it (i.e., not embracing it in the empowering way some people have embraced slurs like “gay” or “slut”), seems exploitative.
Why would society want to encourage people to identify themselves like that? It seems to me this would just contribute to sizeism, racism, ableism, etc.
Vickery told that the database he obtained also contained 15 million messages that were sent between users.
Hunt, who was given the data by an anonymous source, has verified its legitimacy with Beautiful users. "I keep seeing a heap of gov stuff where it probably shouldn't be," he tweeted.
No more recent user data or any data relating to users who joined from mid July 2015 onward is affected," Beautiful People told in a statement.