This is why we always try and take lifestyle factors, future plans and dating deal-breakers into account when matchmaking: we want you to find love that fits into your busy life (and not the other way around! We also understand that your relationship priorities may change and grow across time, which is why we allow for flexibility in your preference settings.While the personality questionnaire may not be re-done, your personal preference criteria can be altered in order to reflect any changes in your lifestyle.Insecure, 22-year-old me would've been a doormat to that shit. Or worse, if you don't swipe right you'll be kicked out.At the end of the day and no matter where you find them, there are people who rock and people who suck.
If you do change these settings you're likely to notice a change in our matchmaking and the people that are selected for you.League members removed from the community for flakiness or inactivity will have to pay a "re-admit fee." The pickier you are, the lower your odds of matching. Users who log in daily have a higher match rate, even after normalizing for popularity. After a series of unsuccessful equations to untangle these rules and determine my best course of action (my masters is in the arts, OK? The concierge's words are in my head the entire time: I go for drinks with the first guy I talk to. Along with that background, The League selects out Facebook friends and Linked In connections -- so you can trust your boss isn't going to see you in a bikini or holding a tequila shot.To my (pleasant) surprise, he's actually better looking than his pictures. (We've all been on dates with the "6'0" guy who's up to our chin -- guys, it's the equivalent of women posting pics from 50lbs ago). Also, The League feels exclusive (even if they are "accepting" hundreds of thousands of people).The League is yet another tool distracting from your loneliness, enabling your paradox-of-choice-like fear of commitment, and reminding you how little (or how much) self-respect you currently have.Add it to your app lineup, but don’t expect unicorns.