In theory, yes. However in reality women would just be pissed because we no longer find them attractive. They want us to find them attractive when, and only when they want us to.
I do like the way you think, though!
I'm not using an app right now. It's extremely easy for me to just go to a competing site if you don't want donations or paywalls.
There are very few sites that will publish content out of the goodness of their hearts. If they can't get paid through advertising, then it's apps or paywalls or something but not free.
Don't get me wrong; I use adblock and never see ads. So I guess I'm a hyopcrite. But if online advertising can't unltimately make money somehow we're gonna have a very different web on our hands.
Trigger warning: The word violence is totally gonna come barreling through this post, doing like 40 in a 35.
I'm triggered by the word trigger, as it reminds me of big scary guns, and you failed to adequately warn me that said word would be used.
This round of PTSD is all on you, buddy!
Anyhow, the problem that I have with sans-serif fonts is that they look childish. That's what you see in books for children, when they are learning to read.
Yep, and that's only compounded by the fact that the current logo animation has a child's hand initially drawing the logo in crayon before it morphs into its final form. Did they accidentally roll out a logo designed for some previously non-existent "Google Kids" service?
Romper bomper stomper boo
(And yes the new logo is like Romper Room and Comic Sans had an illicit affair, giving birth to this childish monstrosity of a logo.)
It's legal because none of the husbands trying to cheat on their wives will ever publicly complain, ever, not even now that it has been exposed, bwa ha ha ha.
If they had an affair through AM, got caught and divorced because of that, not only might they complain but they would be much more likely to.
That said, it comes back round to the fact that there were so few actual women on the site that there likely weren't many actual affairs that were arranged.
I can't fathom how they think this makes sense, or that there won't be pushback.
There should be pushback. But there won't be pushback.
as long as you forego the health insurance benefit of your fucking job.
Oops - can't even do that anymore if you live in the US...
The Wright Bothers weren't the first to fly. They were just the first not to crash.