Be willing to the responses you get to your profile.
“Perfection” can be intimidating, and guys are more willing to reach out to girls who they don’t feel are necessarily out of everyone’s league.
I’ll be the first to admit: I write most of my articles with a male audience in mind. well, I’m a guy, and a lot of my advice is naturally going to be coming from a male perspective and male experiences. As a general rule, women are more socialized towards being willing to ask for help when trying to improve their chances with guys.
Men, on the other hand, are told that they exist in binary states; either they’re good with women or they aren’t.
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.
There are fewer outlets for dating advice for guys than there are for women.
That being said, I I just joined Ok Cupid on your recommendation, and I have to say you were very right about it being a buyer’s market for ladies.
But because we had to go and evolve and develop complex brains and societies, we had to go and make it all complicated and shit; what used to be instinctual has become confusing, and we end up overanalyzing it…if a woman is interested in a guy, shouldn’t she be willing to make the first move – after all, it physical at first, or can there be an emotional connection as well? Your online dating profile is your verbal equivalent of a peacock’s lustrous plumage When you’re writing your profile, think about the sort of guy you’re looking for; while guys in general are wider ranging in the types they’re willing to date (or bang), there will be plenty who have a narrower focus. As I’ve advised guys before, if you want a type, you have to be able to show yourself as someone who that type would be attracted to; think if it as proving that you know how to speak their language.The one exception to this is your primary profile photo, the one that will be displayed in the search results and on your profile page.This is going to be the first impression, and you want it to be a good one.Men are visual creatures; we base a lot of our initial judgements on a woman’s looks long before we get to know her as a person.There’s no point in trying to get around this, so you may as well learn how to use this to your advantage.