I checked some data about Online Dating and it made me think...

Guys, were repillers right all this time?
I just realized how Online Dating apps do not cover even 5% of the actual female population in the same age brackets:

>Live in 700K city
>Check the data for population of females ages 20-34
>78K
>Check how many females in the same age brackets are online on dating apps
>165 (Badoo, as big here as Tinder if not bigger)
>Sure not all are online at the same time, so I'd guess it's another 165 who don't use it at the same time, making it to 330
>The transfer of those who leave dating apps and the new ones in about 6 months is probably twice that, 660
>So in a year, 1300 females
>Let's add other dating apps, which probably share about half of the women between them, let's say 2000

That's just 2.5% of the entire population, of which sure, half or more are not single, but that's still 5-7%.
This actually goes hand in hand with the data from this video (0:40): https://youtu.be/1FHzec4QKXw?t=39
It made me realize how small portion of females are on dating apps. They are probably full of the worst women out there.
DESU, this news gave me some hope and will to actually try and find a girlfriend IRL instead of trying and failing again and again on dating apps.
Which are mostly used by women to boost their ego either way. What do you think?

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    tl;dr - it seems like Online Dating is about 5% of the entire single population of young women.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Also, a fun fact: There are more women ages 20-34 in my city than men. Especially in the 25-29 brackets.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I'll never understand this, I did just fine on dating apps as a fat guy (250 lbs at 6'0") in the rural southeast, I got hookups and legitimate dates. It has more to do with are your pics and bio fun and interesting and can you parlay the initial conversation into a real date

    My gf of 5 years I met on Tinder. You people doom over this shit. You probably just need to have your profile make you look respectable person instead of like a serial killer schizoid and talk better. Again, I was a fatty, I don't think I'm particularly attractive in the face or anything, if I can make it so can you

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Dude, 5 years ago online dating worked much different. Now it's a hellhole with the worst of the worst women, leftovers of online dating and completely fricked up algorythm.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        People were saying the same thing around that time, people were always dooming and coping over the early days of Tinder when "hooking up was easy." The thing is, when I used Tinder in college in 2013-2014, it was just like my experience in 2018-2019, and although people keep doomsaying, I'd hazard a guess that it's still exactly the same in 2024, people who've been single a while just tend to have a more desperate and grievous outlook when it comes to dating so it appears worse to them.

        Now all this to say I don't think it's a bad idea to try and date outside apps. Many of my friends met their partners at places where they bonded over hobbies together (one couple at a rock climbing gym, another at a tabletop gaming store). Just whenever I hear people blame apps my immediate thought isn't "yeah the dreaded algorithm is hurting them" it's "oh this person's bio probably makes them look like a schizo, loser, or boring"

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >online dating refers not only to tinder or bumble moron.
          No need to name call. My point is that the doomer BS about dating apps isn't the entire picture of dating nowadays.
          IDK where you live but instagram isn't that popular here although yes I could see that. However since it's not your typical dating app,
          it's just a social setting in an online environment and gathers all kinds of people.
          It's closer to IRL than OLD, however it's still not the same and requires actual IRL friends as well. MY post was strictly about OLD.

          [...]
          Yes because it actually was getting worse each year. Your experience is not that of majority of men so IDK what you are trying to say here,
          that you are right about the experiences of millions of men and they are wrong about them?

          Unironically yes lol, because I consider myself (at the time I was dating) to be the lower acceptable range for what a woman was willing to date. I had a decent job as the only thing really going for me; not a good job, I was only making 40k, but it was a stable career. Like I said I was fat and not especially handsome so my job and height were the only desirable assets I brought to the table from the female perspective.

          That didn't stop me though, because my bio was interesting (I targeted the demographic of girl I was interested in which is nerdy anime girls), my pictures were the best possible for someone like me (I pestered friends to get good candids of me whenever we were hanging out and some of my girl friends would pose me for shots they thought would be good) so I managed to get matches. Then I just didn't fumble the conversations once we got talking.

          Some of you guys will complain about no matches or messages back and you look at the profile and your bio is schizo raving, pics are blurry, or trashy (shirtless and you don't even have v-taper), or boring (just a selfie in a blank room) or you send messages that are borderline sexual harassment or the very most boring thing I've ever seen that makes the pussy of my mind's eye wilt as though it were high noon in a desert

          Take some accountability and work on the logistics side of things, take better pictures, work on your social skills, and don't expect apps to be things you download that women fall out of

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Just as I don't have a proof you are bullshitting, you also don't have a proof that I don't have a 100m dollar mansion, 10 lambos, 15 ferraris, 5 bugattis and 900 other cars.

            >Some of you guys will complain about no matches or messages back and you look at the profile and your bio is schizo raving, pics are blurry, or trashy (shirtless and you don't even have v-taper), or boring (just a selfie in a blank room) or you send messages that are borderline sexual harassment or the very most boring thing I've ever seen that makes the pussy of my mind's eye wilt as though it were high noon in a desert

            Shitty ASSumptions based on your denial of reality. Without them, your story wouldn't stand. However I know none of this is true.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Okay nerd, enjoy your doomer dating life where you never take accountability for anything and blame everyone around you for your problems instead of working on things you can help, you sound like the type of catch people would eat up on Tinder 🙂

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            I already did all you said has to be done. Good clothes, good bio, accepted here on /adv/ and by one female friend I have, good pics, good startup message. Still nothing.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      try again and see how much success you have moronic frick.
      or just shut the frick up.
      lardass

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        There's a reason I keep referring to my weight in the past tense, I'm 170 lbs lean now

        You people don't actually want to get better, you want to blame your problems on any one or any thing other than yourself

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      People were saying the same thing around that time, people were always dooming and coping over the early days of Tinder when "hooking up was easy." The thing is, when I used Tinder in college in 2013-2014, it was just like my experience in 2018-2019, and although people keep doomsaying, I'd hazard a guess that it's still exactly the same in 2024, people who've been single a while just tend to have a more desperate and grievous outlook when it comes to dating so it appears worse to them.

      Now all this to say I don't think it's a bad idea to try and date outside apps. Many of my friends met their partners at places where they bonded over hobbies together (one couple at a rock climbing gym, another at a tabletop gaming store). Just whenever I hear people blame apps my immediate thought isn't "yeah the dreaded algorithm is hurting them" it's "oh this person's bio probably makes them look like a schizo, loser, or boring"

      >it's just a social setting in an online environment
      that happens only in social media. Y do women flock to instagram, onlyfans, tiktok and the like? they're bound to get bombarded with huge amount of dms or requests to follow.
      >namecalling
      ;). chill. we cool now?

      [...]
      Unironically yes lol, because I consider myself (at the time I was dating) to be the lower acceptable range for what a woman was willing to date. I had a decent job as the only thing really going for me; not a good job, I was only making 40k, but it was a stable career. Like I said I was fat and not especially handsome so my job and height were the only desirable assets I brought to the table from the female perspective.

      That didn't stop me though, because my bio was interesting (I targeted the demographic of girl I was interested in which is nerdy anime girls), my pictures were the best possible for someone like me (I pestered friends to get good candids of me whenever we were hanging out and some of my girl friends would pose me for shots they thought would be good) so I managed to get matches. Then I just didn't fumble the conversations once we got talking.

      Some of you guys will complain about no matches or messages back and you look at the profile and your bio is schizo raving, pics are blurry, or trashy (shirtless and you don't even have v-taper), or boring (just a selfie in a blank room) or you send messages that are borderline sexual harassment or the very most boring thing I've ever seen that makes the pussy of my mind's eye wilt as though it were high noon in a desert

      Take some accountability and work on the logistics side of things, take better pictures, work on your social skills, and don't expect apps to be things you download that women fall out of

      >paragraph upon paragraph of blogposts
      >btw my experience is from 5+ years ago :^)
      Unbelievable. How is it possible to have this little introspection?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        nta but you morons saying dating is any different now compared to 5 or even 10 years ago have covid derangement syndrome and are acting like internet dating/apps haven't existed for over a decade now, it's all the same shit as before you probably do have some issue you're blind to

        >t. been a manprostitute since I turned 18 and the only slump in hookups I ever had was during covid lockdowns

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    online dating refers not only to tinder or bumble moron. It also includes social media apps like instagram. infact most matching happens only in social media and that's where the disparity started arising massively

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >online dating refers not only to tinder or bumble moron.
      No need to name call. My point is that the doomer BS about dating apps isn't the entire picture of dating nowadays.
      IDK where you live but instagram isn't that popular here although yes I could see that. However since it's not your typical dating app,
      it's just a social setting in an online environment and gathers all kinds of people.
      It's closer to IRL than OLD, however it's still not the same and requires actual IRL friends as well. MY post was strictly about OLD.

      People were saying the same thing around that time, people were always dooming and coping over the early days of Tinder when "hooking up was easy." The thing is, when I used Tinder in college in 2013-2014, it was just like my experience in 2018-2019, and although people keep doomsaying, I'd hazard a guess that it's still exactly the same in 2024, people who've been single a while just tend to have a more desperate and grievous outlook when it comes to dating so it appears worse to them.

      Now all this to say I don't think it's a bad idea to try and date outside apps. Many of my friends met their partners at places where they bonded over hobbies together (one couple at a rock climbing gym, another at a tabletop gaming store). Just whenever I hear people blame apps my immediate thought isn't "yeah the dreaded algorithm is hurting them" it's "oh this person's bio probably makes them look like a schizo, loser, or boring"

      Yes because it actually was getting worse each year. Your experience is not that of majority of men so IDK what you are trying to say here,
      that you are right about the experiences of millions of men and they are wrong about them?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >it's just a social setting in an online environment
        that happens only in social media. Y do women flock to instagram, onlyfans, tiktok and the like? they're bound to get bombarded with huge amount of dms or requests to follow.
        >namecalling
        ;). chill. we cool now?

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >that happens only in social media. Y do women flock to instagram, onlyfans, tiktok and the like? they're bound to get bombarded with huge amount of dms or requests to follow.
          Yeah but you think all of them are like that? I'd say the ones who are like that are also on OLD.
          The rest is just there because they follow the herd, that's how women are.
          And since men nowadays don't meet women organically and even if they do, they are too scared to initiate anything,
          that's why the stats look the way they do. I had horrible OLD/SM relationship stats, my Cold Approach gave me better results.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >Yeah but you think all of them are like that?
            all zoomers are like that and to an extent pretty much all millenials. Having a social media is like a dating cv. the women who date on apps like ig are quite aware of the pitfalls of apps like tinder.
            >SM
            ?
            >cold approach gave me better results
            good for u but the the river is quickly getting empty of good quality fish.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >SM
            Social Media.

            >all zoomers are like that and to an extent pretty much all millenials
            Gonna need a quotation on that big statement.

            >the women who date on apps like ig are quite aware of the pitfalls of apps like tinder.
            Yeah but that's not the only way they are open to being approached. It's literally just the case of status quo whether a guy is a conformist and only talks to women online, or not.

            >good for u but the the river is quickly getting empty of good quality fish.
            Oh that's a given, no matter the method.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I did similar math with my hometown and realized there's maybe 150 single women between the ages of 25-34 in my town of 8000.

    There's really not that many fish in the sea.

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I think if people can use dating apps to keep their options open then fine but I think most online platforms are demoralizing for men. There probably aren't dealbreakers for most men that feel unwanted, they just aren't around enough women and putting themselves out there enough. I've seen a woman's message inbox on even a normal social app that isn't geared toward dating and it's in the hundreds. Any woman who stays active on that stuff isn't looking for a person, they're seeking validation. I doubt they have to put themselves out there for very long to find a candidate. I do well with women in person, I'm above average attractive and intelligence, decent charisma, and I still had issues online. Do I completely doubt the accounts of others? No, I know people personally that it worked out for but if you don't have something particularly flashy going on it's not going to attract attention. The people I knew that were successful either tried very hard to accentuate how they appear to others and have a history of lying to get what they want, or they had a particular lifestyle they were involved in that made them borderline celebrity status. So yeah, I don't doubt that if you look like you live a good life and have a lot of money it might be easier, not all of us are like that (and women will still be okay with that but you're going to have a harder time on apps). Anyway, my two cents.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    There's got to be 100 males to 1 female ratio right now on dating apps.

    https://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/women-are-not-dating-anymore-and-men-are-pissed-why/

    https://thekit.ca/living/living-relationships/women-are-quitting-dating-apps/

    >For as long as people have been promoting marriage, they have also been observing that a good man is hard to find. (See: William Julius Wilson or early Nora Ephron.) But what was once dismissed as the complaint of picky women is now supported by a raft of data. The same pundits plugging marriage also bemoan the crisis among men and boys, what has come to be known as male drift — men turning away from college, dropping out of the work force or failing to look after their health. Ms. Kearney, for example, acknowledges that improving the economic position of men, especially those without college degrees, is an important step toward making them more attractive partners.

    Also women now only use Facebook, Instagram, and those types of apps to meet people. They don't use dating apps anymore and if you don't have social media presence so they can screen you in order to imagine their life besides you, they will think you are a weird loner creep and ghost you.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >There's got to be 100 males to 1 female ratio right now on dating apps.
      I wouldn't be surprised. Even 2 years ago I would get 30+ likes in the first hour of boost after making a Tinder profile.
      Now it's like 8.

      >They don't use dating apps anymore and if you don't have social media presence so they can screen you in order to imagine their life besides you, they will think you are a weird loner creep and ghost you.
      This is very true as well.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Girls do have less need to use dating apps since they are more likely to be approached IRL.

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