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Guys, as the ones doing much of the initial contacting, you’re actually in a good spot if you need to avoid having photos.
This is because every email you send is an invitation to look at your profile.
The important thing here is that browsing based dating services are not the only option.
Dating services like e Harmony provide you matches and there are a few benefits in this method: e Harmony profiles are much more generalized and tend to put you in a position where you are revealing fewer specifics about yourself (these specifics are instead discussed with your matches as you move through the communication process which is the core of how eharmony works).
At the very least wink at some guys to get them to check your profile out. Good news though: my wife didn’t have a photo on her profile and I still managed to find her!
I say this should be the very first thing in your profile as an incentive for those who read it to try to start communicating with you.
There once was a Guardian column ‘Ask a grown-up’ where kids could email questions they wanted ‘a grown-up’ to answer, Richard Curtis said in answer to ‘Why does love hurt? ) ‘When they stop loving you, or you stop loving them, you lose the thing in your life that has made you most happy’ This is a sentiment tha...
From time to time I am contacted by people who are uncomfortable posting their photo for public viewing on a dating site.
This is almost always related to their job: professors, teachers, or professionals with a strong presence online are examples that I have run into.
These people are hesitant to reveal exactly who they are due to having students or just having the concern that someone could Google them and find out more information than they are comfortable with (such as a home address or phone number).