Dating website OKCupid has a new feature to distinguish itself from its competitors: users now have the option to filter out possible matches with certain body types.

For a monthly fee of $4.95-$9.95, members can make people who do not measure up to their physical standards invisible from search results.

When creating a profile, users must select one of ten body-type choices, including "skinny," "fit," "full-figured," and "overweight."

Paying members can also search by "hotness." Any user can rate another's appearance, but only paying members will be able to view and filter by the final ratings.

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