Guys who have a problem and don't intend to hang around, don't bother. "I always feel that men are judging my face and writing me off based on that."NO - I guarantee men aren't writing you off because of your face.
Hiding one's face only serves to make people feel ugly when others run away after the reveal - when your face probably had nothing to do with it - they wrote you off long before the mask came off. Men study your face because we've been told to stop starting at your boobs...now we're staring FAR too much at your face and you're getting creeped out by it.
And these guys weren't studs or anything, just average dudes.
However, I do think that meeting in person, even without seeing the whole face would make it easier to tell if there was chemistry."( Also cite your sources )" -- As part of your intellectual discussion that's supposed to ignore someone's face ( body? Or are we supposed to take everything some face-less person says at face-less value....?
A new draft policy to increase Japan’s flagging birth rate includes support for matchmaking, leave policies, and fertility centers in order to jump-start baby-making and address the country’s aging population.You're placing too much significance on something that the guy never even thought about.When someone has an issue with your looks and wants to stay around - they stay around and then mention it in a way to try not to piss you off. "( Also cite your sources )" -- As part of your intellectual discussion that's supposed to ignore someone's face ( body? Or are we supposed to take everything some face-less person says at face-less value....?I'd rather not get judged instantly on my face before they even care about what I have to say.I actually had a friend (who has been married for years) ask if I've ever tried online dating. The first thing she suggested was that I shouldn't post any pictures of myself.Matchmaking is one of several measures proposed by the government to fight the inevitable population dwindle if Japan doesn’t get its birth rate up.