The following gallery tells that story in pictures; Wade's account is in text below each image, in his own words.

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Forbes Magazine Signing up for an online dating site and finding yourself facing constant rejection is a frustrating experience.

It's even worse if you're certain that all those cyber-strangers would see what a catch you are if they would just give you a chance to impress.

Wolf, who recently tried Tinder without much success, says it helps not having competition.

“If you’re not ridiculously attractive by the media standard, you won’t stand out,” he said.

The site consists of an intro-video from the man himself, as well his brief profile, and invites girls to 'submit a recent photo' of themselves and complete a 'free online personality test', which he uses to vet applications.

Speaking about his previous unfruitful endeavors on sites such as Tinder, e Harmony, and even Christian Mingle, Brandon remarked: 'If you’re not ridiculously attractive by the media standard, you won’t stand out.' Catch: Brandon, who stars in his own intro video on the site (pictured), describes himself as a 25-year-old college educated bartender based in Brooklyn, New York, looking for an 'easy-going, honest girlfriend'Addressing visitors to his website, Brandon - who says he is 5ft 9in and has a 'fine/normal' body type - states in his welcome video: 'If you think there are way too many profiles on every online dating site, you're not alone.[It’s like] the scene from Revenge of the Nerds, when Robert Carradine finally woos his beautiful blonde Betty in the moon bounce.He never would have had a chance with her otherwise.After spotting a "Vote NO" message in the sky, Flynn felt the need to speak out and show support for his community on Instagram to his 3.4 million followers."I hope your hate and lack of understanding fades, just like those words will." He continued: "Too many of my friends have been kicked out of their homes, kept in the closet, beat up, killed, ridiculed by church and state, institutionalized...After joining a new dating site a month ago, Brandon Scott Wolf was thrilled by the response: 650 people contacted him about going out.