Woman Makes 'Thin' And 'Fat' Dating Profiles To Discover What Men Want


How much does size really matter?

As a single woman, 33-year-old Yvette Caster frequently asked herself this question -- specifically, how much does body size matter to men?

To find the answer, the London-based journalist decided to conduct a social experiment: She created two identical dating profiles on OKCupid, one with a photo of her at UK size 10 and the other with a picture of her at UK size 18.

In an essay recounting her experience, Caster wrote,

After five days, she returned to the site to see how many messages, likes and visits she received on each page.

Sadly, although not unsurprisingly, her “skinny” profile received double the attention of her “fat” profile: 36 messages, 211 likes and 210 visits for the size 10 profile versus 18 messages, 74 likes and 81 visits for the size 18 profile.

Caster concluded,

But, Caster insists other peoples' perceptions of you shouldn't matter as long as you're happy with yourself. Confidence is more attractive than any physical trait could ever be.

She added,

Cheers to that.

Citations: Women creates thin and fat profiles for OKCupid dating site (Daily Mail )