A woman has claimed men are “too scared” to date her due to her looks as she says it is seriously hindering her dating life.
Swedish model Amber ‘Sweetheart’ Johanssen hasn’t been on a date in two years as she’s struggled to find the right man and believes it’s due to her success and beauty.
Amber is now eager to find a partner as she puts an end to her two-year-long wait to go on a date and find a man.
“I haven’t been on a date or had sex in two years, I’m not celibate by choice – I [just] can’t find the right guy. My job hinders my love life and sex life, with most guys scared to approach me, last time I tried to organise a date, the guy cancelled on me last minute. I honestly think he was intimidated by my success and beauty,” the model explained.
Raking in £50,000 a month online, the attention she gets from her followers isn’t the kind she’s longing for in her personal life.
Amber says she’s given dating apps a go, but men tend to think she’s a “catfish” or they will find her sexy snaps ahead of the date which makes things “awkward”.
“Men have told me that they don’t take me seriously and that they would be embarrassed by being with me,” she explained.
“I’ve tried dating apps, but guys seem to think it’s a fake catfish account or they find my sexy content online before the date, and it makes it very awkward. I feel like they are more interested in bedding me than actually getting to know who I am.”
Amber revealed she has her sights set on a British partner, as Swedish men aren’t “chivalrous” enough and are often “tight with cash”. She further added: “I love British men! I love their accent and cheeky ways.”
“I am looking for someone with intelligence, kindness, good manners, and someone who isn’t cheap, my biggest issue with Swedish men is the lack of chivalry. Unfortunately, in my home country, guys want to share the bill 50/50 and I hate that, especially on the first date, I don’t mind paying for myself or a date, but it’s the principle.”
Fed up with not being able to find a suitable partner, she took to her social media and asked her 500,000 followers if any of them would date her – and the response was “overwhelmingly positive”. One follower wrote: “Yes I would love to wine and dine you,” and another man added: “No questions asked Mamacita!”
However, Amber hasn’t accepted any of her online offers as she’s keen to find a partner in person as she says people online have “preconceived ideas” about her and her job.
“At the moment, I have resigned myself to the fact that it might be difficult to find a man because of my job but I would love to find a ‘normal’ man who accepts me for who I am. But I won’t stop looking for Mr. Right.”