Jaime, chill. I agree with you wanting someone to simply respond in a kind and intelligent manner to your messages, and I do think that when you pose a question to someone's profile, that person should have the courtesy to say "thank you, but I'm not interested for....." [whatever reason] - it could be any number of reasons why someone feels you are not a fit. This is true for everyone of us. People on here are trying to find their match.
For instance, in my case, I won't accept a smoker - period. I won't accept someone who has cats because I don't like them. I won't accept someone who doesn't believe (and live) all 7 of the 7 faith questions. People will not respond to me because I have dogs - dogs are a very important part of my life - so be it. That's me -- I will not match up with people who don't like dogs. We have to accept who we are and who other people are. It's not about how you look or how you speak or your educational background or your likes and dislikes. It's simply about finding common interests that two people can build on together. Do you ever see a couple and wonder what they see in each other?
I pray you see this site as a means to make new friends, read profiles, respond if you like someone, but don't be discouraged if they don't feel like pursuing things. It is no different on here than it is in real life. There are people we like and people we don't like. And I will repeat what I said yesterday to another poster -- a friend of mine told me that her mother always said "Every pot has a lid" -- I pray you find your lid, Jaime. Just give it time. And please don't be angry at those of us who are trying to offer support and ideas. Be Blessed.