How to write a great profile on transgender dating site?
Writing down how you like to read or write poetry will make you sound academic and intelligent, but it’s not an activity you can share with your potential future partner. Do you like cooking? Can you imagine a romantic evening at home making the perfect pasta sauce together? Do you like driving to the countryside? Go to the beach? Hiking? Show others your space and let them feel what life is like with you.
2.Make it fun or funny
I bet if we do a random survey now, we don’t find anyone who doesn’t like to laugh. It’s human nature. So try adding some humor to your resume that fits your personality. Not everyone loves dad’s jokes or puns, but if that’s what you like, it can help you find your perfect mate.
3.Use your profile as an appetizer
Don’t give everything away in your profile on trans dating sites. When you talk to someone for the first time, it should give you insight into what type of person you are, which will generate interest and simulate conversation. On the first trans date, you’ll have plenty of time to discuss your childhood vacation, or save that time for the fourth or fifth tranny date.
4.Don’t reveal why you broke up
We all do. Some people 100% won’t date a smoker, have kids, or even a vegetarian because bacon tastes like an aphrodisiac. It’s good to be honest about what you know could lead to a breakup, but it’s a very negative thing to have a profile listing all the things you don’t want to see in your partner. Focus on yourself. This is your “advertising”. Tell the world what your main selling point is.
5.Keep your personal information up-to-date
If your profile says you can’t wait for Christmas and it’s may, you’ll either look like a miserable Christmas freak or a lazy person who’s been at the market too long. Check it once a month to make sure it is up to date and relevant. This also applies to pictures. Don’t post pictures from 10 years ago and expect to look exactly like you do now – unless you’ve found a magic cure for aging, and if you do, can you hook me up? !
6.Spell check. Always spell check
It’s always been a big no-no for transgender dating profile. Take the time to write your profile seriously. Please read it through to see if there are any grammatical mistakes. Please read it through to see if there are any grammatical mistakes. It may seem superficial, but many people feel that if you don’t mind checking your spelling, you won’t bother dating and finding a partner with a transgender person. Or you’re stupid. Or…