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OKC may have a high member count, but a lot of women find its barrage of sex requests and outright abuse an instant red flag. One female friend complained to me that she got so many messages per day (most saying “Heyyyy”) she felt that she “was at the centre of a toad knot”.
Another sent a polite rejection to a man only to be called a "feminazi ****" in return.
And it's here where you encounter the second major drawback. Free sites are packed full with spammers and scammers and people looking for casual sex.
Even if that latter category sounds appealing to you, remember that people blithely (or desperately) looking for a squeeze between the sheets can put more earnest daters off.
As few people actually bother deleting their profile, part of the torment of using OKC is wondering whether the person you've messaged is ignoring you or simply met a lovely bloke six months ago.You have to answer 50 to begin with, so the site can build a picture of what you are.Thereafter, the more questions you answer, the more likelihood the OKC algorithm will find you a match.This isn’t a one-off phenomenon; it seems to be the normal experience for women on the site.There are different levels of this pestery – few people get as many creepy messages as Asian women (documented here).