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11 Sep

A friend of mine, we'll call her S, met a real doozie online. She said the guy was attractive and smart in his profile; flirty and nice in communication. In his profile, he says he's done everything, seen everything, hooked up just to have sex, etc., but is now looking for an intellectual connection.

They get to emailing, he asks her out, she agrees, and then he comes out with: "I feel like I should be up front and let you know that I'm not looking for something serious; more of a sexual connection." What? If you can understand that and want to get a drink, let me know." He writes back, "Sure, if you want to get a drink' I'm up for it." She is confused (Why did he put quote marks around "drink"?

If you don’t believe your actions hold any consequences for you, then there is no fear of the social ramifications which might normally keep certain behaviours in check.

John Suler called this the “online disinhibition effect”.

(Technically, that was an offensive email and dating sites generally encourage reporting offensive or abusive people.) He may just be a totally clueless idiot, but what if he were to do something dangerous if they met?

Your primary photo must be a clear photo of just you that shows your full head and shoulders, or full head and down to your waist.

My friends tell stories of guys who ended up already having girlfriends, and - the most common - those who promise relationships, but leave after just one night.

1) He calls you ‘baby’ If you meet someone online and within a few messages they’re telling you how much you mean to them, and how they love you to bits: stay away.

The first reaction in your mind is going to be self-protective, accompanied by fear.Put simply, if an online suitor can send an image of a disembodied penis to someone they don’t have to face, they are much more likely to do so than, for example, exposing themselves in public with all the social and legal consequences that might bring.But this doesn’t explain the underlying motivations to send such images on a dating site.Once you've uploaded your primary photo, why not add a few more to your gallery?Here you can show more of your personality and add more profile, group or action shots.Only yesterday, a court heard how a group of women using were allegedly conned out of £220,000 by a gang posing as ‘attractive middle-aged men’.One woman, Suzanne Hardman, was reduced to tears as she recounted how ‘James Richards’ conned her out of £170,000 – her life savings. And there are ways we can all be tricked - even those who think they're clued up about online dating.While we want to show people what we're interested in and who we hang out with, even in gallery shots, make sure you're included in the images.I wrote this article about a husband using dating sites before the Ashley Madison outing that recently happened.If you’re feeling brave (warning: graphic content), then take a look at Bye Felipe or visit Anna Gensler’s Instagram account for her artistic approach to dealing with the deluge of sexual suggestions and images she receives.Indeed, unsolicited “dick pics” have become such a problem on online dating services that one site, Ok Cupid, actually removed the capability to send images.