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Get Advice from Women on Dating, Relationship, Love, The Pursuit of Male Happiness

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We have all been through various phases in life where some sort of female perspective would have ... More

Editor's review

Published 27 Sep 2011

If you’re a guy who’s desperate to get a female angle on a niggling question but don’t have anyone in your circle of friends that fits the bill, for a couple of dollars you might get what you want here.

On the other hand, if you’re a woman and want the chance to supplement your income by $25 a day then use your wisdom and sign up as a respondent.

When only a woman’s opinion will do men can sign up to, ask a question and wait for the answer to come in.  The basic cost for one response is $2 but you can pay more and get the opinion of several different women. You can also request specific age group preferences and whether you want the answers to come from single or married women. All correspondence is done on an anonymous basis and questions can be on any subject as long as they’re not illegal or immoral.

I can already hear the mutterings of cynics concerned about how genuine these problem solvers are and even if they are actually all women. The site is keen to point out that anyone signing up as a respondent will be subject to a vetting process where gender is checked by use of social networks like Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. If you’re a guy with a question you’ll have to make your own mind up as to whether you consider this a failsafe method of weeding out rogue blokes.

After a successful vetting process respondents gain access to the pool of questions and can reserve up to 25 a day. For every response they’ll get an equal split with the site keeping a dollar for each question. Payment is made weekly via PayPal.

I think this is probably harmless fun and a fairly easy way for women to earn some cash. And for the guys out there, if you really want to know if your girlfriend is likely to react positively to your birthday gift of a cordless power drill and attachments then $2 might be a good investment.

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