I had the same experince. I think the demographcs and behavours of people on online dating has changed over the years. In the good old days, you would get the rebel types, it was basically a place for outcasts. Was awesome. Then it got more mainstream. Lots of people, fairly nice people. Then it turned into a warzone. Heightism, catshes etc… Like many things platforms start off good and then turn crappy as they loose their unique identity and start to get corrupted by misuse. Just look at most nightclubs, same thing happens. Find a new place opening (coffeeshop or whatever) and try to make friends there. Before an interesting set is formed in that community you will be able to add some it’s character. But try to make lasting friends before it becomes too popular and much of a muchness or a status symbol to been seen there, or ‘exclusive’ etc… It’s the circle of life, you will see many digital platforms get good then boring then shity then die before you do. Apart from Incelistan of course! [if you’ve feeling very confident that part of your character can actually boost the success of a coffeeshop in it’s early life, buy shares in it and sell when the police have to get involved when all the ‘popular’ people start causing coke enduced mayhem. Coke heads love nostagia for places were they were super high(basic conditioning) and everyone was cool, until they have a psychotic break and realise they were’nt and/or the cool ones left ages ago.In short, if you want an angel, make a heaven, but make sure you both move on when the twats hear about it.