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Could what I was doing really be considered lying if my (innocent) goal was to give a strong first impression? Many guys messaged me, and while we were flirting I’d always send over a head-to-toe photo of me in a cute outfit — so I wouldn’t shock them when we met in person. Some guys would stop texting me; the others made it obvious that they only wanted to hook up. It became exhausting to sense chemistry with someone and then have to wonder if everything would change once he saw my body.
I'd been chatting with one guy regularly, but after I sent the full-body photo, he went from calling me every night (to ask how my day was) to sending messages at 1 a.m. It almost made me want to stop dating online altogether.
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But, that was before I stopped to consider: Was I doing this right? I was still eager to present my best self, but this time with honesty and integrity.
So, I added five full-body photos to my dating profile, and the results were somewhat surprising: The overall number of guys messaging me decreased, and the number of men with a so-called "fat fetish" quadrupled, their messages growing more and more vulgar as they asked me if I'd put on more weight for them.
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