Thank you so much for replying to my question. That was a very informative take and I'll definitely be using those tips. I do have some concerns about my pictures i post on my profiles. I was born cross-eyed and legally blind. It is definitely noticeable in my pictures and I'm concerned that I will be disqualified based on that. What are your thoughts?
You're welcome. 💐I'm going to be honest with you - in today's absolutely brutal, more superficial dating landscape, where apps like Tinder have made it disgustingly easy to form instant opinions of people, summarizing their entire value based on often a single photo... I would recommend to you to wiggle your way around that a bit, at least on the profile pic. Honestly, despite what you may have read or heard, females do not base their entire decision on who they want to date, based just on a photo. (I have been thinking about busting the 80/20 myth in a mytake, but I haven't been up to doing all the proper research and writing it, and I know I will get a huge pushback from some men.) Anyway, words matter to women. And the older they are, the more they matter. If you are dating in your age range, you've got that advantage.I would suggest using a good profile pic, as good as you can get, taken by someone else whom you trust and has good taste and a dose of patience. If not, keep trying to take selfies, if you must. But basically, do either a distance shot of you in an interesting local (scenery and nature helps a lot - it shows your interests, appreciation for nature, and makes you look less self-absorbed.) And then don't look directly into the lens, but off to the side, as if you are wistful or just enjoying the view.If that is your only shot, or you avoid closeups, people may wonder, but you are entitled to do what you can to present yourself in the very best light. (And yes, also literally, best light!)
I'll ask some of my female friends if they can help me with some quality pictures. I do the best i can, but it's time for some help.
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Lol that's funny, but seriously though.
You could just start by introducing yourself then saying that you’re interested in learning about them