Senior Internet Dating Photo Guidelines

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The answer is yes. You will get more profile views and invitations to begin a relationship on a senior dating website if you have a photo uploaded. The answer is also, No. If you have inappropriate photos uploaded that people can see, you will not get lots of invitations to start relationships.

Now, truthfully, it is inappropriate to upload overtly sexual photos to senior dating sites, but there are also other kinds of photos that are just as inappropriate, if not more, than putting up a sexual photo.

Here are a couple of guidelines to follow when it is time post a picture to your profile online. And you are definitely going to need at least one photo if you want someone to reply to you. For sure, everybody else is going to be posting photos and your words that you are using in your profile only go so far.

For starters, use a decent photo. Really, you want to show yourself to your best advantage. Not when you are all tired from spending the night out drinking yourself into a stupor. Nothing says “Run away and hide” quicker than that shot of you hung-over with a caption on it that says, “I am so hung-over” And yes, people actually do stuff like that.

You also want a picture that somebody else took of you. Come on, you have to know somebody that can take your picture. Those photos you take of yourself in the mirror in the bathroom are pretty creepy. And the ones where you are holding your camera out in front of you so you look like you are way far away are strictly for teenagers on MySpace. Nothing says, “People don’t really like me, that’s why I have to take my own picture” quicker than one of those typical self-shot photos.

And one more guideline that you would think everybody understands, but they really don’t. Wear clean clothes that are not T-shirts. Really, how many people do you think are going to be favorably impressed by that shot of you in the greasy, wrinkly “I’m with Stupid” shirt you threw on today because you knew no one was coming over.

Yes, it is the internet. And, no they can’t do anything to you if you don’t follow these guidelines, but you really want to show yourself at your best when you are trying to start a relationship. So follow these simple steps to help make your profile photo as attractive to as many people as you can.

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Senior Internet Dating Photo Guidelines

The answer is yes. You will get more profile views and invitations to begin a relationship on a senior dating website if you have a photo uploaded. The answer is also, No. If you have inappropriate photos uploaded that people can see, you will not get lots of invitations to start relationships.

Now, truthfully, it is inappropriate to upload overtly sexual photos to senior dating sites, but there are also other kinds of photos that are just as inappropriate, if not more, than putting up a sexual photo.

Here are a couple of guidelines to follow when it is time post a picture to your profile online. And you are definitely going to need at least one photo if you want someone to reply to you. For sure, everybody else is going to be posting photos and your words that you are using in your profile only go so far.

For starters, use a decent photo. Really, you want to show yourself to your best advantage. Not when you are all tired from spending the night out drinking yourself into a stupor. Nothing says “Run away and hide” quicker than that shot of you hung-over with a caption on it that says, “I am so hung-over” And yes, people actually do stuff like that.

You also want a picture that somebody else took of you. Come on, you have to know somebody that can take your picture. Those photos you take of yourself in the mirror in the bathroom are pretty creepy. And the ones where you are holding your camera out in front of you so you look like you are way far away are strictly for teenagers on MySpace. Nothing says, “People don’t really like me, that’s why I have to take my own picture” quicker than one of those typical self-shot photos.

And one more guideline that you would think everybody understands, but they really don’t. Wear clean clothes that are not T-shirts. Really, how many people do you think are going to be favorably impressed by that shot of you in the greasy, wrinkly “I’m with Stupid” shirt you threw on today because you knew no one was coming over.

Yes, it is the internet. And, no they can’t do anything to you if you don’t follow these guidelines, but you really want to show yourself at your best when you are trying to start a relationship. So follow these simple steps to help make your profile photo as attractive to as many people as you can.

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Is Your Child Being Groomed By An Online Sexual Predator?

The Internet has become the sexual predator’s playground. It’s anonymous and provides these sexual deviants with more protection and more quarry than they could ever target outside. They need to find a willing and naïve target. And their online playground is crowded with innocent victims.

Teenage internet safety is in the news every day. Pre-teens and teens frequently post information and/or photos of themselves without believing that their online activities are putting them in danger. The “new friend” that they think they’re making in a social networking site may very well be a convicted child molester.

Child pornography and exploitation is a 20 billion dollar business, and there is no end in sight. Every day, somewhere, a child is being victimized online. There are as many as 400,000 prostituted children in the U.S, according to Mia Spanganberg’s 2001 report: Prostitution In New York City, An Overview. The unofficial estimate however is 1.5 million American children illegally trafficked each year, according to director, Carol Smolenski, of ECPAT (End Child Prostitution, Child Pornography and Trafficking). While the Internet is not responsible for all of these, it certainly is a factor.
It is up to us as parents and caretakers and our children to know how predators work, what their motives are, and what to do to remain safe while enjoying activities on the net.

The first thing to know is that sexual predators continually troll the Internet looking for child targets. They browse personal profiles that children — typically 12- to 15-year-olds, post on social networking sites, such as MySpace.com, or instant message services. Perpetrators anonymously lurk in the background of chat rooms. Sometimes they’ll collect information on a particular child before trying to make contact. Other times, if the child’s remarks seem inviting, provocative, or — if the child seems lonely and looking for friends — they’ll make an immediate contact.

The easiest targets are those kids who can be conned into keeping secrets. Children should be warned if they meet anyone online who asks them to keep a secret, they should report it to you immediately. Ensure them that they will never get in trouble for telling the truth. This is not a time for punishment, but rather a time for being an understanding and a pro-active parent.

Sexual predators search for kids who post personal online profiles and are particularly drawn to those youngsters who submit photographs of themselves, offer a physical description and include their name, age, sex, and location. They look for victims who have regular and private access to a computer and are consistently online for long periods of time.

They like those who have few activities or lack a strong network of friends. They seek out the vulnerable and those who are willing to keep talking. Vulnerability comes in many forms: a child or teen who is sheltered, insecure, unhappy, lonely, or adventurous is a good target. Predators also like those who come from single parent families, are having difficulty in school, with friends, or with the law or are experimenting with drugs, alcohol, or sex.

Today, many young people have their own instant message accounts. This is also attractive to predators. Although some of them use email, they prefer instant messages because once the instant message window is closed the message seems to disappear. With email, the message has to be manually deleted, thus posing a risk of being caught. Law enforcement estimates that the typical online sexual predator has victimized anywhere from 30 to 150 kids prior to being arrested.

Predators often pose as children or teenagers. They are experts in the interests of young people, and they know exactly how they talk. Their goal is to create a “trust bridge” relationship that becomes more important to the child than the relationship with family or friends. The predator uses the relationship to initiate sexual discussion and activity. One of their main activities is coaxing the victim to take provocative or lewd videos or photos of themselves. Sometimes these photos are copied and sold to child pornographers or end up on pedophile websites.

The Internet pornography industry generates $12 billion dollars in annual revenue – larger than the combined annual revenues of ABC, NBC, and CBS, according to Family Safe Media, January 10, 2006.

Law enforcement officials estimate that as many as 50,000 sexual predators are online at any given moment.
(Dateline, January 2006)

Predators need children who will be open to sexual discussions and not terminate the relationship at the first suggestion of sexual activity. They will expose the child to sexual images in an effort to break down their barriers and portray the viewing of sexual photos and deviant sexual activities as “normal” – the desensitization stage.

Children, no matter what age, are basically loyal to those who lend attention and care about them – whether it is genuine or not. If the predator has groomed the target well, he or she will put up with this uncomfortable conversation and the viewing of sexual images so as not to lose their new friend. On occasion a child may get frightened and want to end the relationship. The predator may threaten to expose them to parents or friends. Depending upon the situation, they may threaten to harm them or their family — if they fail to “go along.”

Typically, however, the predator doesn’t want to alienate his prey, but rather wants to insure their loyalty and confidence. The final goal is to lure the child into a secret, face-to-face meeting – sometimes including a plan to run away from home. The predator’s objective is to have sex with his victim, or more tragically, to abduct and engage in sexual slavery and/or murder.

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7 Key Pointers on Photo Submission to a Promotional Modeling Agency

1.) Type of Photos: First off, be prepared with one headshot and one full-length body shot. A good body shot doesn’t necessarily mean you need to be in your bikini or underwear. One that accurately portrays your body type without cutting anything off will work. Last but not least, your photos do not need to be professionally done but pictures of when you look your best. In accordance with the pictures you submit, you will need to look your best when working for the agency or client you are promoting.

2.) Personality: Make sure your photos showcase your personality. Promotional events require brand ambassadors to be upbeat and outgoing. As you can imagine, having pictures that represent a great personality will boost your odds of earning an interview and your odds of booking work.

3.) Background: Make sure the background is not distracting. Pictures taken in your bedroom or other rooms in your house are fine, just so long as there is not massive clutter. A solid and/or natural background is ideal.

4.) Accurate Representation: Send photos that represent what you actually look like in real life. Keep edits and filters to a bare minimum. If your picture has been edited to the point where it doesn’t even look like you, coming to an interview will be a waste of our time and yours. Strange filters, lighting, and dated pictures also fall into information distortion. Send in photos that are current- taken in the last year.

5.) Strange Angles: Please do not send in “mirror pics”. Clients can request to see pictures of the models they would like to have at their promotional event. We cannot provide them with “mirror pics” or other strange angles. The agency shouldn’t have to crane their necks in order to see a normal portrayal of a model.

6.) Taste/Classiness: Do not EVER send nude or overly sexualized photos. This is not what we are looking for, nor is it the kind of modeling you will ever do with our agency. Any pictures displaying your crazy party side will be frowned upon as well. Again, keep in mind your submission photos are used to represent you when booking work.

7.) Make-up and Outfit: Natural make-up is best. If submitting a photo with more dramatic nighttime make-up, make sure to send in a natural look as well. In regards to your attire, keep it simple.

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