On other sites, I recommend being upfront with what you're looking for on your 'about me' section of your profile.
Maybe you're not looking to date and figure out what you like.
Maybe you have already dated a lot and know exactly who you're looking for. You want the reader to feel like they know what it would be like to hang out with you just by reading about you.
Again, if you're trying to appeal to one person, you're not running for class president.
So absolutely don't be afraid to be unique and share your thoughts and stories.
"The secret to online dating profile success is twofold. 1: You need to figure out exactly what you want to say, including who you are and what kind of person and relationship you're looking for. Again, this goes back to being your authentic self. And you should should show off your natural beauty in your profile.
Whoever you end up dating needs to appreciate you for who you are, and this includes your physical appearance. If a [someone] doesn't appreciate your unique beauty, [they're] not the [person] for you and you don't want to waste time trying to impress [them]." "Not a text conversation, but an actual phone call, where you can hear [their] voice and communicate authentically for at least 15 to 20 minutes, says Baglan.
Here's Stewart's two cents on that: "You can also write your profile to be appealing in a more selective way.
Maybe you don't want to appeal to a wide range of people.
The people you want to attract should also be looking for love, not just sex, and for those people, your clear expectations are likely to be a turn-on.