Here is a list of the top 10 worst types of online dating profile photos, women’s edition.

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Recently, I decided to search online as a male seeking female from the age of 25 – 40.

I wanted to pinpoint all of the possible online dating profile photo “no no’s”.

For every nice, clean photo and short and sweet write-up on a dating site, there are at least three that have potential suitors taking a vow of chastity and heading for hills. He is absolutely not going to bring a shovel – oh wait. When we talk about not taking the mystery and intrigue out of a date, we usually think of ladies wearing too little or young guys that write their life stories and future dreams into their profile. We know that he has offended not once, not twice but THREE times. He’s given us everything we need to know about him in his profile, and he’s kept it short and sweet. I suggest taking that ball and running for the nearest exit as fast as you can. Clearly, you are cute and have a sense of humor, so show your true self.

Make no mistake, those over a certain age can take the mystery right out at first blush too. But everyone knows that religion and politics are sticky subjects to bring up before you even meet your date. It’s interesting that he’s at 94 percent “enemy” with a potential match. Show the photo that gets the boys wanting to know more, not the parody that makes it look like you don’t believe in yourself.

Have you heard of the saying that some men want a “A lady in the streets, and a freak in the sheets?

” If you’re choosing to use a very provocative photo of yourself as your main profile picture, yet you are seeking a long-term relationship, you could be sending the wrong kind of message and impression, to the men who are viewing your profile.

Group photos of women taken with a bunch of other girls, is also super annoying.

Men who may have to click to your photo gallery, might think that it’s a little too much work to stop by and check out your profile.

Certainly not suggesting that you side-step conversations around your kids or pretend that they don’t exist, but online dating should be about you first.