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JOE STONE

“No fem” is fatal to dating chances — and shows real ignorace

ONCE AGAIN SCIENCE has told us what we already knew: men who write “no fems” on dating apps are deemed to be brain dead. A study titled Masculine Guys Online, published in a recent edition of Computers in Humans Behavior, looked at a sample of 144 queer men. Among the results, they found that men who proclaim “masc 4 masc/no fems/real men only” were seen to be significantly less intelligent, significantly less sexually confident, and significantly less dateable than their counterparts. Well, duh.

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