It is a truth universally acknowledged that one’s Facebook.com profile is closely correlated to one’s success in the sack. Attractive Facebook.com photos often lead to sexual victories; landscape profile pics usually suggest an unattractive lone ranger. Now, thanks to PeopleRadar, the game has become official.
Still, Price insists that his site provides a legitimate service to students. “People like looking at pictures of people, especially if they’re hot,” he says.
Harvard’s hottest, however, don’t necessarily agree. “I don’t care about them,” says Katerina B. Stavreva ’10 of her own high ratings. Fellow “Top Ten” resident Winter Mead ’08 also felt the ratings were arbitrary. “Judgment based on beauty in this context is too sensitive, too close to home,” he said in an e-mail.
Curious about your rating? Find out at www.PeopleRadar.com. Prefer to keep your self-esteem? Change your privacy settings.