Have you felt like the wrong women are attracted to your online dating profile? Kim Baker is an educator, freelance writer, and blogger whose writing explores lesbian dating in the digital age.I believe we are all better when we can learn from each other. Drawing on 20 years of dating, she redefines dating through the lens of mindfulness and connection.I have worked hard to get where I am and don’t want any drama in my life. I realized online dating is sort of like customer service – things really work better when organizations consider the customer experience.When someone comes to my profile, it’s to find out who I am honest and expect someone to be honest and loyal as well.The first part is letting the reader know who I am.The second part talks about what works for me in relationships.However, as a purely numbers game, Tinder remains a surefire way to connect with queer ladies in your area.
Because there are so many more dudes on Tinder, when you click ‘looking for men and women,’ the female profiles proffered are incredibly sparse compared to the male options. Tinder gives you six blank photo slots to work with.First off, we are all for lesbian-specific dating apps.Apps like Her and Pink Cupid are excellent places to meet queer ladies in your city, and we fully encourage you to sign up and upload your best pet picture for maximum gayness.(Not that there’s anything wrong with living out of your van or wanting to move in after the first date, I just know these folks won’t work for me.And yes, I really went out with both of them before cleaning up my profile.) Here I share 3 tips that helped me revise my online profile introduction and get visitors to my profile who were more compatible with me.