Interesting scenario here. Someone I know back home is now an Instagram fashion model. Has 44k followers or whatever. She apparently always liked me, but I never really figured she was interested. Cause, you know, I'm short and ugly (I'm 180 cm; she's 183, plus-sized, and blonde.)
I'm kinda done with dating and women anyway, because things never change and it's usually a pain in the ass going through all that. But she's started sending me some texts the past few days to get back in touch. I'm currently in Asia about to start a new contract, so I'm not going back home to the US anyway.
I'm just curious, though. What is the general thoughts on dating a model in the 2020s? Even if she's not a "real" model, but an "influencer." I know OF females disrespect themselves and their potential partners by being open whores and exploiting loser men like drug dealers and their nasty attitudes are even worse than what they do "for a living."
But are regular models in the same category? I legit don't know. It's not like she actually would ever do OF or does any risquè modeling, with the most skin shown being a one-piece swimsuit photoshoot. Otherwise, just cleavage most of the time. She's pretty wholesome for an "influencer."
Like I said, she's probably not serious about showing interest in me. (I'm short AF and ugly, remember?) But the question remains:
Would you date an Instagram model? Or is that too slutty, in your opinion?
I know this is a dead site and I won't get much responses, if any, but I am curious.
SOME EXTRA INFO: She's originally from rural Ohio, grew up in the sticks, knows how to hunt (basically a country girl at heart), is a Christian according to her claims, apolitical but definitely secretly mocks the woke as much as I do (but can't admit that online due to her work,) tall, blonde, top-heavy, about a 6.5 or 7 in facial beauty not that I'm judging or anything, and generally pretty honest. But I haven't talked to her in about four years, not since 2019. And now lives in New York City, which isn't too far from where I lived back home. (This post got more responses than I thought, considering the site.)