And if you think that you shouldn’t have to do that because people should know that being gay does not correlate to a particular aesthetic, then all power to you – you just might miss out on some matches. If you’re going to link your Tinder account with your Spotify, be wary.Tinder now gives users the option to link their profiles to their Spotify accounts, and from that, to choose a bunch of songs as their ‘top songs,’ which will then be displayed on their profile for all to see.We love women’s’ bodies just as much as the next lesbian, but the eyes are the window to the soul. The same goes for a quirky art visual or cartoons – definitely have one of these in your gallery, if you want, but its place is not in the display picture. That will definitely get you a lot of matches and we wish you luck). Celebrate that, and upload a pic with you and your favorite tome.Face it, if you were deciding who you might be attracted to, would a highly saturated sunset photo make you scream, ‘This one! But there’s no point in photographing you reading Ulysses unless you are prepared to lie through your teeth about being a Joyce fan – and trust us, from personal experience, Ulysses is a really hard book to lie about having read when you are trying to impress someone. If you’re not super into fitness, still show it off – literally every body is a bikini body.First, you have to decide what sort of woman you want to attract. We all have a billion selfies in our camera roll, but the aim of Tinder is to suggest to possible mates that you actually have a life, and/or friends, and/or interests.If your display picture is you in a bed of weed, surrounded by Broad City posters, it is unlikely you will attract a straight edge power lesbian, for example. So trust us on this one, and maybe limit it to two selfies in the line-up. Choose photos that actually reflect who you are and what you like to do.First off, we are all for lesbian-specific dating apps.
If your aesthetic does not scream ‘gay,’ then it is easy to fly your sexuality flag by putting a rainbow emoji, two dancing girls emoji, or some other unmistakably queer emoji, into your bio.If you mostly enjoy eating pie, get that picture of pie up there, stat!Lesbians are a humor-appreciating people, so don’t be afraid to post ‘non-hot’ photos.They range from a burly bear to a muscled jock to a fey Goth.But one thing they all have in common: They’re great dads — and over the summer, they became great boyfriends.