Sites like OK Cupid will only show you the more attractive members if you rank as high or higher than them.
Hence why many people are sometimes turned off when they first check out the service.
Others believe that there isn't just one person that could be a 'soulmate', but rather there could be any number of people that someone might connect with.
One thing is for certain though, along the way to finding a connection with someone, being attracted to them on some level is pretty important.
Of course, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, so being attracted to someone doesn't necessarily mean being attracted to what they look like.
But in the case of the sites listed on this page..is pretty much what is meant by 'attractive'.
I got notified that apparently I am not that bad looking, lol. The biggest turn off for me is that most are too casual about everything.In professional cities like Los Angeles, San Jose, San Diego, etc it is like a candy store (option wise).Most have a hard time going out because of their career and hence they love the convenience of just getting online or on there mobile phones and finding someone there and then be able to read about them first.For example, Last February I met my ex-girlfriend on e Harmony. It should be pointed out that women her age have an easier time getting promoted just because people like looking at them, imagine a shorter version of Thalia (yes yes she is smart and hard working as well blah blah blah).Her line of work is very stressful and gets home around 7PM, has few friends because she only moved there recently for her job, and is normally too tired to go anywhere and has to respond to important phone calls at crazy times of the day and night.