Keep in mind that Millward's experiment is hetero-focused, and "attractiveness" can be pretty subjective. The judges were not too far off in guessing the attraction habits in the Ok Cupid pool used for the wider United States - though I do wonder who the real people are and how they'd feel if they found out about the results...
In the first 24 hours of the profiles being online: This might not surprise anyone, but seeing just how wide the gulf is between the sexes in a quick and dirty fake profile experiment is pretty eye-opening.
If you want to meet a femdom who will dominate you and allow you to serve her, you’re going to have to look for her.
Those blog posts no longer happen, and I think a lot of us miss them.
We can fill the void a tiny bit with Millward's new, controversial Ok Cupid experiment.
Charlie Sierra Bravo, 49, from San Francisco got fed up with her online dating membership after it led to a series of failed dates.
But before canceling her subscription, the writer, captain and mother-of-two decided to share her frustration with her fellow users, she wrote on Medium.