Online dating tips for a woman
A note on “sexy” photos; you’ll see many women’s profiles with extremely low cut tops, deep cleavage shots, bikini pics, “self-portrait in the bathroom mirror” style lingerie photos and other cheesecake-y poses. Also: If you have any physical aspect that you feel is less than “perfect”, don’t make the all-too common mistake of trying to hide it, disguise it or otherwise de-emphasize it.
The cold hard truth is, your photos are the most important part of online dating, and it’s critical that you understand how they can make you or break you.
You can put in the will be so overwhelmed with instant lust that they’ll throw caution (and panties) to the wind and bang a stranger. If you want a particular kind of guy, you’re going to have to know what looking for. If you like nerd-boys, mention your own geeky interests.
Since you’re reading this, I’m assuming that you’re not necessarily looking for Mister “‘sup gurl, u fine. If you’re looking for hipsters or socially aware, politically active vegetarians, you want to play up your own music snobbery or your volunteer work for X candidate’s election campaign.
If he comes across as though he’s doing you a by talking to you, you can safely delete his message and move along.
Similarly, weed out guys who are obsequious or overly deferential and self-deprecating; overtly putting women on pedestals is a form of misogyny I have mentioned before and it really will only end in tears of frustration for you.