(quote) Joan-529855 said: So ladies, if you want a man to "like" your photos and increase the chances of him contacting you, display photos of yourself in a seductive outfit, or at least a seductive pose (you know, the pouty face with the big lips). If you aren't comfortable with your physical appearance on the original photo, let me know. I can alter it so you look like a movie star and then you will have all kinds of messages/emotes.
Lastly, for those who don't know how to "pose" for the camera to get your "best features" I have some tips for you as well.
Joan, I hope you will not be following your own advice.
I think that every man would want his lady to look and dress her best, given the occasion. I would also hope that it would be reciprocal. Please don't tell me that women don't look at a man's appearance! But if you think that men are really as shallow as you imply I would suggest you do some more research.
Oh, and those that in fact do just that and nothing more, they soon find out how deep looks really go. I am referring to both men and women.
I have been on this site but a very short time and I have looked through my share of photos, especially in the first few days. I would say that I probably clicked a "like" on one quarter of them. And come to think about it I don't recall any photos really being inappropriate or seductive.
Me having done so does not / should not be construed as even an interest. I was/am simply paying a complement.
I like it when a woman posts a clear close up and I can as if look into the eyes. Then also, who doesn't like a great smile? To me, a woman's body shot indicates that she is comfortable with who she is. And because I have children, I like a woman who dares to share pictures of hers or photos of things that interest her.
Now, most women to whom I may have indicated a like of her photos I did not write to. Those that I wanted to know more about I did. There was no "lusting" in any single situation.
What interests me more is always what is written in the profile.
FWIW, beyond this site, I will on occasion complement my female coworkers on how they dress and none has ever thought of me lusting after them. Most are married. No I don't do it all the time, that WOULD be creepy. So here is an example: A woman gets all dressed up because right after work she will be going out for a special occasion, I will usually complement her.
Why not allow us men to give a complement when its deserved? Dear Lord, if a man cannot so much as look at a woman without being accused of lusting, then those ladies all better start putting on some head-to-toe potato sacks, preferably black ;)