But the pattern is that they don’t stop demanding more.This has led me to stop talking to some guys who may have been a great potential. Not because of issues with my image, but because they’ve seen other photos and I hate to think a date rides on how my body looks from this or that angle.I have on my dating profiles two to three pictures, all recent.I’m honest about my age, height, and whatever else I write down.But if you’re strolling through the park or walking through the museum – or just having an average day – and he walks in front of you, then he’s a loser.A man who always forgets his wallet, or who never has money because “he’s saving up” for something, is a loser and you should get rid of him.You can write off all men who ask for more photos by assuming they’re all shallow, which is partially true.But, as you said, chances are that some of these men are decent guys who have been fooled by one too many women who misrepresented themselves.
Really, don’t you want a man who will take care of you?
The first sign I’m not going to date someone is when I tell him I’m a writer and he doesn’t say “Really? ” If he has no interest in your job or your interests, then he’ll never support you in your endeavors. Your man is nowhere to be found…or too busy to show up.
More importantly, if you date a guy who says, “Wouldn’t you rather do (insert something random and high class here) instead? This is the kind of guy you don’t want in your life. It doesn’t matter how much my mom and I fight, if my guy disrespects her then the relationship will never work out. I dated a guy who was very nice and sweet, but he always put the guys first.
And, of course, it’s your right to do as you see fit.
The question is whether it’s serving your larger purpose. You can protest men who ask for more photos by refusing to play along with their request.
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