I do wish the men would read my profile carefully, or maybe I should say, just read it! I guess many look at the photo and then the immediate profile, age, location, and picture. You see, I have gotten many responses from men who love camping , hiking, fishing , etc. And, I will say, without shame, my profile clearly states , A. I grew up in a city. And B. I am not the “outdoorsy” type. This was confirmed when I received a message from a very nice outdoorsy gentleman, from Alaska, and yes, he was holding a fish. A very large fish, which I will assume he was quite proud of. I did thank him for the compliments he had given me, and we had a brief discussion on Alaska and weather and that was that. I do feel bad not complimenting his fish.
There were a few I would decide to pursue. Well pursue is probably too strong of a word. I would say more like, send a message and see what happens. I found I prefer to receive a message and then respond , rather than being the one to initially send the message first . I have done that and gotten no response. I didn’t like that. Rejection issues?
I have had some very interesting conversations on the message board of the website, but unfortunately, just when I think a guy sounds nice, he then goes for the sex card. Flattery will get you nowhere. You are sexy, beautiful, are you looking for a sexual relationship? Blunt and to the point. They may offer dinner first, some do, some don’t. But, clearly, if I chose to, I could fill my nights, and even some days, with these “generous” men .