Don't write 10 things in your online transgender dating profile

Maybe you've finally decided to give online trans dating a try, or maybe you just want to know why your partner isn't responding to your profile. There are profile authoring strategies that can optimize the likelihood of potential matches of interest. Here are 10 things to never write on ts dating profile:

1.Never ignore online shemale dating. Insulting the way you're currently trying to find love - or the person who uses it - can turn you off. You come across as condescending and judgmental. Don't bite your soul mate's hand.

2.Never lie, forever. Don't lie about your height, weight or age. You'll soon be caught. Don't pretend you have a better job or are more willing to take on long-term responsibilities. You don't need to share all your dirty little secrets in your profile, but you also shouldn't to seduce your date with deception.

3.Never list what you want with money or babies in a relationship. Some things are better left for now.

4.Never use your profile to write about ex or lovemaking. Remember the rules of first date conversation and apply them to how you introduce yourself to strangers online.

5.Never complain. Don't complain about your single status, you're recent bad first date, or bad politics of your area. Keep your profile positive and focus on all the good things you can offer and expect in a new relationship.

6.Never wandered. If your profile is 10 times longer than someone else's, you won't get much attention. Be concise, clear, and pay attention to spelling and grammar mistakes.

7.Related to point 6: don't be too vague or use too many cliches. Everyone loves to "have fun," and they list their music tastes as "eclectic." You're certainly not the only one who "can't live without oxygen, friends and family." "Fill in your profile with details that reflect your personality."

8.Never give out too much personal information. A stranger is reading your profile. They should not be able to identify your workplace, home address, last name or personal contact information from your profile. Also be careful to filter your photos: for example, don't upload photos of yourself before your new home.

9.Never indulge your inner narcissist. Don't ask your future partner to love, adore, or adore you. Don't list the qualities you think are "worth having." Instead, focus on what you can offer. Related: don't provide transgender dating rules or expectations -- unless you don't want anyone to contact you.

10.Never let things go blank. If you can't take the time to fill out a simple transgender dating profile, why would anyone think you'd take the time to get to know them? And cheating: "don't know what to write here." My friends had better answer that question for you.