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Los Angeles. On the vast majority of dating apps, your photo is the first thing a potential match sees, and thus the first and often last thing they judge. Suffice to say, your photos matter. Should your entire value as a potential romantic partner come down to your appearance as captured by a handful of photographs? Probably not.
In theory, selecting photos for a dating app profile should be fairly simple: just choose the best pictures of yourself. Unfortunately, you and your prospective matches might have different ideas about which photos are your best ones sorry to your favorite shirtless selfie. Besides being the lowest form of photography, selfies are false advertising. While the vast majority of men are terrible at taking selfies in the first place, the only thing worse than a bad selfie on a dating app is a good one.
Having non-selfie photos als that you are a normal person with friends — a quality most people look for in a romantic partner. If that means setting up a self-timer on your camera, so be it. But cool it with the selfies. Which brings us back to the bed selfie. You may think a picture of you looking all sleepy-eyed and half-nude in bed looks sexy, but it actually looks lazy. While a snap of a half-nude woman tangled in bed sheets might earn an immediate right-swipe from you, a similar picture of a man tends to come off as sleazy and unkempt.
How long have you been in that bed? More importantly, when did you last wash the sheets? Get up, take a shower, get dressed and comb your hair or something. These are usually selfies too. Notice a trend here? If you want to show off your athletic prowess, photos of you again, taken by someone else participating in some kind of sporting event, like a road race or even a game of pick-up soccer, might be a better choice.
Earlier this year, a survey from Dating. This, again, seems to represent a discrepancy between what straight men want to see and what they think women want to see. This may be understandably baffling to straight men, many of whom I assume would love to see a shirtless woman on a dating app, were the internet not petrified of female presenting nipples for some reason. Just kidding, the reason is misogyny! Is this fair? That said, do I agree with the 66 percent of women who are turned off by a shirtless pic of a man on a dating app because it makes him look like some frat-boy dude bro?
Yes, yes I do. What is it with guys taking selfies of themselves shirtless, using restroom mirrors? Who are they trying to impress? But should you, a man who has every right to celebrate his body in whatever consensual way he chooses, let a stranger stop you from baring your torso on Tinder? Probably not! Your body, your choice. But if you must include a shirtless picture in your dating-app profile, let me at least leave you with two tips: 1.
It should be taken in a context in which it is normal for you to be shirtless, e. If you must be shirtless, it should look coincidental, not like you stripped down to your boxers for the explicit purpose of taking a shirtless mirror selfie for Tinder. You are permitted one to three group pics, depending on how many pictures you have total. Your ratio of group pics to solo pics should be approximately — this is a totally fake, unsubstantiated data point I just made up, but which I now stand by.
Again, having a picture featuring you and at least one other human helps al to matches that you are a normal human being who occasionally interacts with other people instead of hiding out Tinder-swiping in your basement lair. However, too many group pics can make it hard to figure out which person you actually are, and in our rapid-swipe era, no one has time for a game of Guess Who.
Also, try to limit any group pics to one to five people. A photo of you and your 25 closest bros tells me nothing about what you actually look like, and is also vaguely threatening. A few men is a friend group, more than that is a fraternity. Take new pix. It would literally be better if you just posted a picture of you with your ex fully on display. Cropping her out has weird, sociopath vibes. Worst-case scenario, it looks like you murdered her. There is no way photos of you with your ex are the only good pictures of you in existence. You need them. At face value, this may seem like a responsible, considerate move.
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