Men won't even read the profile text, men are dogs, they're just going to look at the picture." Far from being defensive about accusations that this may be the most shallow dating concept in the history of the Internet, Stabile and Hodge both embrace the concept.
" "If the online dating market was a nightclub, Beautiful People would be the VIP room," Hodge said.
"It's Darwinism, it's millions of years of evolution.
Most members stay for about three months, and Hodge said overall revenue continues to grow.
However, 9 out of 10 applicants to Beautiful are rejected. I see dollar signs just walking out the door," Hodge said.
Mentoring is currently free, but Hodge envisions monetizing it.
Perhaps mentors will eventually charge for their services, and the website will take a cut.
"I mean you walk out your door and there's supermodels walking down the street," she said.
"I'm not used to that, and so I was definitely intimidated." She joined the website and has since dated two men there.
"We're going through the application process to see if we're a good match," she said. She came to the CNBC studio in LA to mentor yours truly (even though I'm, like, married), so I also dragged in CNBC producer Harriet Taylor, who happens to be single.