' and he looked up at me, kind of startled and he's like, 'yes, you know me.'" Smith recalled. ' And he said to me, 'are you going to play this game, seriously?
The damage happened before I emerged from the womb and life since has been learning to live with it. My amazing parents were fierce about treating me like any child, and taught me to see myself the same way.
What many online daters don’t know is that one photo, no matter how fantastic and flattering, can only do so much for them.
That’s because people are attracted to different looks, so if your primary photo makes you look a certain way (say, exotic and mysterious), consider replacing it with one that shows a different facet of your personality (like your sweet single-next-door side).
Abramowitz thinks this could be related to the fact that Hinge’s audience tends to be focused less on hookups and more on finding serious relationships.
So perhaps they just didn’t respond as well to these more revealing photos because they felt less comfortable starting a conversation based on them.