Well, you don't hear this too often.

A group of models has been banned from dating apps due to being 'too pretty' - they're all accused of catfishing, 'intimidating dates', and getting too many matches on these apps. Finding love can be oh so hard.

A growing number of models, influencers and OnlyFans members are complaining that they can't get dates after signing up for dating apps. Tinder, Bumble and Hinge have banned a group of these 'too hot to handle' models, severely dampening their chances of love.

Tahlia Paris is a 24-year-old Playboy model who was banned from Bumble before her profile even went up on the app. Bumble says her photos violated guidelines, while Paris says her photos were normal and nothing risque. She says her photos were removed and banned because she is "too beautiful".

 “I tried to keep it very PG and not model-esque at all. I wanted guys to not stop at my profile because I’m a professional model but because I was just another average girl looking to date.”


What a problem to have.


Alaw Haf from Wales says that she is regularly kicked off of dating apps. She says that Bumble, Tinder, and Hinge have banned her because her photos looked fake. She was booted from Tinder twice, and stopped after replacing her pictures with different ones to no avail.

"I would never post anything offensive but it’s hard to find a picture of myself wearing clothes when 90% of my pictures are in lingerie or swimwear due to my work."

I should also mention Alaw makes nearly $60,000 from OnlyFans.

Elizabeth Chevalier is a Playboy and Maxim model that doesn't have an issue with being banned from dating apps. She says that her looks intimidates potential dates. She says the men that she matches with have a hard time holding a conversation, among other things.

“Dating is hard — guys are scared because I’m so beautiful,” Chevalier, who’s been single for six months, told Jam Press. “I’ve been told that I’m intimidating to guys because I’m tall — I’m 5 foot 10 — and I’m beautiful and I have a very intense personality.”

Alright. Now that we have digested all of that vital information, let's break this down, shall we?

This is when pretty privilege takes a karmic turn. It's not about these models being so pretty that life becomes "unfair", it's the fact that these women already have a strong and paying platform. They are widely recognized for their beauty, and people pay them for it.

This is extremely harmful thinking and a concerning thought process. It's laughable at first look, but when you sit and think about it, it's disturbing when you think about how many people in the world don't think they're pretty enough or even pretty at all.

No one is telling these women they are too pretty, but there are people telling others that they are not pretty enough.

Everyone deserves to love and to be loved, but complaining about being too beautiful? Yeah, it's a no from me dawg.

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