I like alot of the responses especially x0x0kt and racytay1020. It truly is hilarious when I read the statement, "If you're a goldigga, " please gentlemen. The site is called MillionaireMatch, although I'm not so sure about 99% of the men here. I just joined this site about 1 week ago and I find the men are not very responsive. II truly think they believe their own hype. I feel many are cocky. Some send winks, but as a woman I find that too juvenile and would prefer a sentence or two. I see many of the ladies are frustrated with the men who appear to be cyber-sex searching, but I am certain there are some decent ones on this site. Will give this one month and see what happens. Stay optimistic ladies and good luck with all your searches.
Humm, that's interesting. I have had similar experience on another site. A guy friend recommended this site to me simply because I have three children and we talked about how men who don't earn a lot of money are pretty scared of the prospect of three children. Well, that is because (IMHO) most men are total wimps these days (thanks women's unliberation movement). Now we women get to do all the work we were always expected to do and work full time and then come home and feel like having doing the vertical tango. No thank you. It absolutely must be the "real deal", someone you are interested in and passionate about outside of the bank account if it is going to work.
It's funny to me that there are men on this site and others saying if you are a "gold digger" not to contact. Hummm....I think that is the equivalent of me saying "If you are only into hot women do not contact". Women like creature comforts, men are visual. It's more superficial not to admit what we really want. I can and have fallen for men without much money, the problem was I have three kids and that scared them...even scares some with money and my kids are very well-mannered. I've accepted that men see women as a sex object first, that's fine, as at some point I should be the object of their sexual desire and the only object.
I think you are correct to want the real deal and not sleep with men just because they may have money. There is no guarantee even if they have money that you will see a dime of it anyway...I have dated a lot of wealthy men and most of them not met online. You can background check and find information online once you see their plates to their car and once you know real names...but like any other date, you have to spend time with them even to do that. So, you are already investing your time. I don't think there is a need to invest anything more. A man worth having is willing to wait, no treasure is gotten in one night. No woman worth having is gotten easily. Compare the right woman to the career the most successful men have...that career did not fall into their laps, they worked for it, they should be able to put a little work into convincing you that they are worth your affection. You do not want to cheapen yourself and you are correct in that. I don't think many men think of the risk to us women is much higher (unwanted pregnancy is a huge economic disaster for some women, the risks of STD is higher for us). So, really, a man who cannot even consider this when he takes the rejection (heck they are all gonna try, except for the most exceptional gentlemen...oh and I so like those guys so much more) is not ready for and deserving of the true love you seek.
Best of luck. I have only been on the market for a few months....I keep telling myself that. I have met some men that I really liked...not sure what the barrier to progressing was there...but whatever...was not meant to be then. It's no worry...I can pay my own bills, I even take myself out on dates or take a girlfriend to the places I want to go when I have alone time. I have also enjoyed my alone time so much more lately. I write, cook, get my house, car, act, etc. together. LOL!
The right man will come, he may even not be a millionaire. Gasp! You know most happy couples in the USA are not wealthy...
best of luck!