There are plenty of websites and blogs to help women find the lies on men’s profiles. If the photo has outdated fashion styles, it’s an older photo. It includes when and where the photo was taken among other information I’ve experimented with some Plenty of Fish photos and haven’t found much in the way of EXIF image data. It’s very easy to do and this Google search results page provides links to websites that look for that data in images. Thankfully, there are ways to do searches to find similar images. As well, perhaps validated profiles will squash many of these lies.
Because my primary priority is to help men, I give you the list of potential lies that men must face when evaluating a woman’s online dating profile. Cell phones and digital cameras have gradually improved over the years. This requires, of course, that a guy has to know what’s in style now.
Use your common sense when going for totally free dating!
Otherwise, stick with more reputable sites like (more casual) or e Harmony (more serious).
One last tip: don't send her a photo of your phallus unless invited to.
You put up a profile, you peruse their profiles, all for less than the price of… Two of the more popular sites are Plenty of Fish and Ok Cupid. As you can tell, I personally prefer Ok Cupid as my free online dating service of choice.
On Plenty of Fish, there seemed to be an overabundance of DOGs (desperate old guys) from the over-50 crowd dropping their fishing canes into the water thinking that women in their 20s would bite. Plus on Ok Cupid I’ve also met more quality men who pique my interest.
Keeping in mind, that both sites are free so you lose nothing by signing up on both sites.
And there's nothing to be gained by trying to meet someone you can't satisfy or that would be inappropriate for you.
Aside from the checklist you really should have a few paragraphs describing yourself and your interests outside of D/s.