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Go to Page Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. If it's a good profile, I would. My red flags would start waving, though, if I had a few exchanges with the person, and they were unwilling to privately send me a photo, though, of course. My current SO had a pic up that wasn't very close-up, and you couldn't tell much about his appearance other than his build. So I couldn't tell much.
I read only the first few lines. People have various reasons for what they do. So what?
No photo on dating profile
This is none of your business. If you were narcissistic, you would probably post your picture online since you think you look so great. I deactivated my FB account years ago, enjoy a successful career and the company of good friends despite not having a social media presence. I put a blank photo, but not for any of these reasons. I just needed a clean break and wanted my profile to breath for a bit.
Social networking is not essential for living and working in the 21st century. Facebook has become a platftom for insecure braggers, bullies and dullards. Get off Facebook, get your life back.
I remember aroun when the Facebook craze made people write things like this.
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Of course Facebook is still huge, but it was at the height of public conversation around that time. If you think having your facial feature identity and full name with it available to many anonymous millions online is safe, then perhaps you are unaware of technological security concerns or have been fortunate enough to not have had your ID stolen, had your photo adulterated or misrepresented, been stalked, etc. It is sad, but this stuff happens. Just ask your local police chief.
So, maybe some of these people are simply practicing caution with anonymous strangers.
As in, they would rather be safe than sorry. Of course, there still may be pics of them online, but this would significantly reduce the odds of being victim of negative or malicious activity. Or, they could choose a unique image of anything other than the face.
That way, at least there is an identifying, visual association with their account and communications, without compromising safety or security. I have noticed a lot more people doing this. They will use a sports mascot, pet photo, cartoon, avatar, etc. FB is not a dating site. So, any image should be fine.
Feb 05, I've seen several profiles on dating site sound interesting. But there are no pictures available. I did a test respond on one profile, the guy sounds very nice. I asked for a photo and indicating that it is not fair since he can see how I look like, But I . Feb 06, It would take something more than choosing to not post a public dating profile photo for me to suspect dishonesty v. privacy concerns. But, as mentioned, a person should be willing to provide a photo privately if they want to maintain interest. And, really, putting up a picture on one's dating profile is no indicator of honesty.
If someone must see a face or be annoyed, then perhaps it is more their own issue rather than that of someone else. Strangers who look up my name will see no picture; but does that matter? I do not know them, and they do not know me - we care not for each other. And I hope by the time that stranger gets on with his or her day, they would not be so bothered still by that no-picture profile of that nobody that they ran across some hours ago.
Why no photo?
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Social fecking horrible crippling anxiety good enough for you? The fact of having been the victim of horrendous bullying for years?
Maybe not having Facebook at all would be the answer but once again it means letting the bastards win. I get that this post is meant to be a light and flippant observational thing, fine. What can you do? You can call it paranoia, but not narcissism. This is ridiculous.
Maybe people should stop making assumptions about others based on what an online profile is like. Never in my entire life have I read an article of such foul quality. You come up with naive theories to explain the lack of profile picture and go way off the mark think twice before you write something. Chatted back and forth for a week and sure enough it was him, he gave me his name and phone number to start texting.
I even asked him directly after this how his divorce was coming along and he said it was done. He is obviously divorced. I did not let on that I knew he had this other profile going. What do other people think of this? Why would he say in his profile he is living together, while in the one he used to start talking with me said he was divorced?
I am at a total loss about what to do about this guy now. I have no way of finding out if he does live with someone as I live far away from him. He might have several women going at the same time, it might be why his wife divorced him in the first place.
I was married to a man who lied to me from day one and basically had a secret life and history I knew nothing about. You could literally have three or four women messaging him at the same time just to see what he would tell each of you. My friends in New York City often had the same men sending us emails when we were trying online dating. That would be my 2 cents! Good luck! I did realize there was really no point in doing that in the end and gave up, still.
I resently meet a nice woman online With no picture about a month into texting. I asked for her picture and she went off on me so I stop talking to her. Four months went by and I received an email from her and she wanted to talk.
We spend a whole year talking she was everything I had been looking for and she told me she had feelings for me. I liked her but she would not show her face or let me hear her voice it was all done through texts I never told her I had any feelings for her but when she tried to get me to say it I told her that it would be foolish of me to have feelings for someone that refused to show me her face or let me hear her voice she caused me of not trusting her and we had a discussion that lasted 24 hrs I tried to explain to her what trust was about and she needed to be open with me I had no idea what she did or where she really lived and she knew everything about me because I was wide open for her so after 24 hrs of very long texting I told her that she was not who she said she was and unless she was open I would consider her a liar I had no time for the game so I deleted her blocked her everywhere.
I talked to her for one year and then some she was everything I was looking for but it was a lie.
Apr 27, The age of privacy as we knew it is over, and online dating is just a part of that new reality. No one is forcing anyone to engage in it, so if you don't like the invasion of privacy, don't have a profile. I don't think websites should even allow people to . Talking with people with no picture in profile. Close. Posted by 5 years ago. Archived. Talking with people with no picture in profile. I realize you may want to attract men (or women - wait does this work for men at all?) purely based on stuff you have in your profile. It's like blind dating without relying on your friend's crappy taste. Sep 26, What It Implies When You Have No Profile Picture. but ultimately when someone does not have a profile photo on Facebook or LinkedIN (or whatever), an initial (and terribly material) assumption is that the person thinks of him or herself as being less than attractive. 45 thoughts on " What It Implies When You Have No Profile Picture.
I lied to myself hoping she would open up and show me her face. Just a learning experience be careful with people that are super misterious like that.
They may be telling the truth but it makes no sense to wait to show yourself eventually you are going to have to meet right. No picture no chance that goes for all people. Based on the length of your reply I suggest starting your own blog. There is no moderator for this blog other than the author of the blog. I do not post photos of myself anywhere online for any reason. I have several online profiles Facebook, Twitter, etc. So I made a profile, looked around and then logged out. A month later I logged back in and had a bunch of messages from dudes waaay younger than me pics of them not wearing a shirt.
No thanks lol. What would others do?
All of them have been categorically awful and I have discarded them all. I have no - and will never post - any photos of myself anywhere online Facebook, Twitter, etc. Unfortunately, I am fundamentally unattractive and the best thing for people like me is to avoid all cameras. Do you have any thoughts?
What I would suggest is sitting down with trusted female friends or relatives and have them help you pick out what photos will show you in the best light. I would give this advice to any man.
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Jan 30, Alright, alright. Dating is scary, and online dating can be nerve-wracking. When your picture finally goes live, you feel like you've made that final leap into a daunting new world. Let's look at each of your excuses and see if we can help you to overcome them, shall we? Excuse #1: If no one likes my picture, I won't get any dates. Aug 11, It's no secret that most online dating sites and apps suffer from the same problem: Snap judgments based on profile pictures alone. OKCupid found that this was the case in a couple of those. Fourth Photo: The Bonus Shot. Four is the magic number for images you want to post on your dating profile. The fourth picture is like a freebie that gives you the freedom to .
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