Red flags when dating women
If you want to find a genuine partner, you've got to jump through hoops and weed through users who are only in it for kicks (or simply want to shag).
And if you just want to shag, well, you'll find that plenty of women are up for that too—but they're probably more discerning than you might think.
“Statements or acts of belittling women, arrogance, and multiple selfies.” - Melissa T.
Self-description: If the user name or headline is weird, overtly sexual or otherwise inappropriate — Bangyourdaddy, 69Reasons — you can stop there, says Trish Mc Dermott, a founding team member of
Obviously dudes think on a totally different wavelength than women, so below is a bit of advice to save us both the horrible first-date heartache.
Women are the traditional consumers of self-help books, but sometimes it helps to have a guy's opinion.
Sure they may sing a sad tale of recently purchased computers, digital cameras that went for a swim and how they've been "too busy" but c'mon, this is online dating.
Your pictures are the stove top in your metaphorical kitchen.