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Yes, yes, I know that we girls have our own set of cliche photos (hello, feet in the sand? Now before you all start emailing me about being Judgy Mc Judgerson, please know right off that this is of intentions.
But boy oh boy, have your photos made my day on more than a number of occasions.
;) So for any guys out there getting Matched, EHarmonized, Fished a Plenty, struck with an OK arrow from Cupid, Mingling with Christians and more right now, I invite you to put down your weights, take off those sunglasses, and enjoy this post.
Oh men, I know that the bathroom is probably the home to the largest mirror in your house, so I get why the bathroom selfies would theoretically be a good idea. But seriously guys, if you think you’re going to impress us with your sweet ride, think again.
" As silly as this issue might seem to be, it offers some genuine opportunity for insight into the ways that modern technology reveals interesting aspects of sexuality and gender.
The fact is, women are told that being sexually bold in such a manner is shameful and makes them a slut.
If you’re a woman who has used an online dating site, there’s a good chance you’ve had to confront an unsolicited, cringe-inducing photo of a potential suitor’s junk. You're chatting with some guy on Tinder, wondering if things will progress to a real date, and then, , there it is: a random, disembodied picture of his penis.
This happened to Kate, 26, a publicist in Boston who used Match.com, Ok Cupid, and Tinder for eight months before meeting her current boyfriend.
I couldn't get off those dating platforms fast enough." And, Kate is not alone: 45% of women have received R-rated photos from men online.
Dating-site studies tend not to provide data about unsolicited versus solicited pictures, but anecdotally, it's safe to say that a lot of those pics were unwelcome.