Its homepage offers the following tantalizing promises: Well, if there are two things I hate, it's riff raff and FAKE beautiful people, so why the hell not?It should be mentioned that I've never really dabbled in online dating, not even Tinder. To join Beautiful People, you fill out a brief application, which looks like this: And yeah, you do have to fill in every section, including your weight. Users on the controversial dating website, which is said to have turned away some 8.5 million would-be members, have revealed their list of “ugly” features preventing folks from being accepted by their supremely sexy service.The poll includes responses from 3,000 Beautiful members, who point out bad skin, poor grooming and disproportionate facial features as some of their top reasons for rejection.Beautiful People, which first launched in 2002, caused a stir last year when members booted 43-year-old Hodge from the site he created — for not being attractive enough.
" We've noticed that out of all of our fabulously manicured and truly enjoyable girlfriends, there are a disturbing amount that are completely single . There's a forum that I can't access without spending money.You can see info like this about people who have shown interest in you: So, all in all, Beautiful People seems like a pretty normal way to search for love, "fun and flirts," and party invites, barring the whole attractives-only gimmick.And don’t get either group started on unsightly schnozes.“So many of the ugly traits listed are easily fixable, which means potentially there is a bigger market of beautiful people out there hidden behind excess weight, bad teeth or lack of grooming,” says Beautiful People managing director and founder Greg Hodge.