He did not display a photo of himself with a weapon.
If owning a gun isn’t a dealbreaker, why do I swipe left on men who include images of themselves with firearms in their dating profiles?
Dating profiles are meant to portray the important aspects of a person’s life, says online dating coach Laurie Davis, founder of e Flirt Expert.
And if you’re not getting the response you want, it’s silly to look outward and avoid looking at the quality of your own page — because a better profile yields better results.
a man who showcases his love of firearms in his dating profile.
The latter says: If you’re not online-dating, you might not realize how common it is to swipe through profiles with guns: They’re usually images of someone hunting or practicing at a shooting range, but sometimes it’s just an image of a gun or two, no person in the photo.
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