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By doing so, he exposes himself to less risk, an appealing upside to James, who’s had two difficult breakups.

On ­OKCupid,­ he does the same thing: He gives everyone five stars (and if someone gives him four or fives stars in return, the site will notify him of a match).James’s profile is peppered with references to his travels in Nepal and China and self-deprecatingly confident jokes like: “Ryan Gosling could play my stunt double.That is, if I didn’t already do my own stunts.” The whole profile is self-aware, right down to his height, which he lists as five-foot-nine, though he’s an inch shorter. Few highlight their worst characteristics, and everyone shows their best angle—or, at least, tries. “I don’t get intimidated easily,” her profile warns. She likes “hockey, whiskey, swimming in an open ocean, down comforters, astronomy.” Her photos are striking: a wide-eyed close-up, overlit like an album cover; a low-res ­camera-phone shot that flaunts a short skirt and the gypsy tattoo that curls around her thigh.Lauren received 245 messages in that one-week period.

While she was surprised to find that she is the most sought-after straight woman, she doesn’t think guys are complicated.

The week before, he took a screenshot of a Tinder notification: 890 new matches, a personal record. Like a lot of guys, he was wasting time studying the profiles and photos of women who would never respond. “Not to blow your mind, but it’s disgusting …” He picks up his phone. He opens the Tinder app, but before I can see the first woman’s face, he swipes right: interested.

Then a friend shared a deviously simple online-dating trick. If the woman he likes also swipes right, he has an official match. “I will say yes to every single person,” James says.

“I’m not a stuck-up girl, but I think looks are No. As a makeup artist, Lauren spends her days at photo shoots and knows what makes a good picture.

“I believe in a head-to-toe shot to show what you look like,” she says. ” She thinks it helps that her profile reflects her idiosyncratic interest in astronomy: She has a moon and a planet tattooed on her knuckles; she quotes a physicist and links out to

But the onslaught of crass emails has been so exhausting that she began collecting the worst messages at her Tumblr, ­theyreallysaidthis.