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How to write a profile for a lesbian dating site

If you’re entering into the wonderful world of lesbian dating sites, one of the most important things you need to do is make sure you have a well-written profile. You want to make sure that any potential dates coming across your profile want to find out more, while still providing enough information to weed out matches at the first step.

So what should you think about when you’re writing your profile?

Be honest

This is the most important and fundamental concept that you should stick to when you’re joining any kind of dating site. Lying about your age, occupation, income or hobbies in order to try and sound more impressive or attractive to others is just a disaster waiting to happen.

Most lies will come out on your first date (and how are you going to explain the fact that you uploaded a 10-year-old profile photo?) but if not, do you really want to build a relationship on lies?

Know yourself

If you’ve never written a profile or described yourself before, it can feel rather awkward the first time. Start by writing down your likes and dislikes, what you studied at university, what you do for a job, what you do for fun, what you like to eat and anything else you can think of. Don’t worry if you end up with a wall of text, you can go back and edit it later.

Don’t be afraid of being boring – it’s the little things that make you sound interesting. You can easily connect with someone over a favourite book or a shared hatred of small dogs.

Know what you want

It’s important to know what you want to get out of joining a lesbian dating site and make this clear in your profile.

If you just want to make new friends and have fun, write that down. If you’re looking for commitment and a long-term, serious relationship, make sure that is clear.

Describing what sort of partner you’re hoping to find in your profile will stop you from wasting time dealing with unsuitable potential dates later.

Get a second opinion

Try to get a friend to read over the profile you’ve written before you make it public. They’ll be able to tell you if it’s a true representation of your personality and may be able to help you out with ideas of what to include or tell you what you should leave out.

By Rachel Adnyana - May 2013


 

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