The interactions were unique because of the anonymity given by using My Space.
As history has it, when people defected from My Space to Facebook, that online community became a dust town.
Ever wonder what kinds of crazy stuff people say about matches they flag or block on dating apps?
Well, The League has a juicy internal Slack channel that’s chock full of this exact type of user feedback.
Eventually as more and more men (late majority) joined the site, I observed two problems.
First, was the women became less trusting, less open and much more selective in who they even talk to.
After you complete the request, your text is automatically routed into a dedicated Slack channel that's monitored by their staff. Of course, some of the behavior people report is legitimately bad, and that’s taken seriously.
They have a decent algorithm as I found myself conversing with smart, funny and attractive women regularly. There wasn’t much competition — that is, not many other guys were using it when I was.They pay attention to it all, and, when it comes to some of the most amusing gems, Davis told me, “Our team loves reading these out loud before office all-hands meetings!" 0_0 Some of the notes people leave are harmless and totally understandable reasons why it's not a match.Second, the number of dudes in shirtless photos and less engaging profiles shot way up.Decent guys who really were more descriptive in their profiles were pushed out by the overtly masculine “bros” that dominated the site.You were defined by how cool your My Space layout was – animated GIFs, custom CSS and your favorite embedded You Tube video.