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I'm not happy about it and am actively trying to get back to a healthier weight.
Should i tell her I'm bigger than my pic lets on? I'm a professional in human resources, I'm fit and athletic, a bit short (I'm 5 feet tall), Oriental, intelligent, stable and I am clear that I'm not looking for a hookup.
When I open my messages, on any dating platform, there is always one that assumes I'm new to the country, or I don't speak English, or I must be looking for my permanent residency.
Honestly gentlemen, this is ridiculously derogatory on so many levels.
I don't want to deceive her but i also don't want to bring up an awkward talking point if it isn't actually a big deal and come off as insecure. I'm a 29 year old woman a few months out of a long term relationship and trying to get back out there. I've been on Po F, Ok Cupid, Tinder, Bumble and (most recently) Coffee Meets Bagel.
I make sure that my profiles are short and concise, but true to who I am, that my photos are clear and varied and that I am clear on my intent.
When I do the latter, they come back with a snarky remark along the lines of "you have to give this a shot" or "okay fine, you're probably just looking for a white guy".
So we settled on today, last night we arranged to meet in the car park of a pub and walk in together and we were both excited, this morning she blocks me on everything before I'd even woken up and I have no idea of asking why! because it's knocked a fair bit of the little self confidence I had left and has left me questioning what women don't like about me...
I try to treat the guys I'm interested in the same way that I would want to be treated and when I do message first, I send them something that I would like to see myself where I say hello and then start a conversation based on a mutual interest in our profiles. The guys that I'm interested in never message me back and the messages that I do get are usually either "Hi" (literally that's it) or make a remark on my "amazing beauty".
On multiple occasions, I get a "hi" everyday until I either block them or tell them that I'm not interested.
I get a lot of opening messages asking me where I'm from (Canada isn't a good enough answer it seems) or ones where the opening is in another language (my language is English and in all cases, you don't even have my second language right) or, the best one, how long have I been in the country (all my life, but it seems that this answer is clearly impossible for varying reasons).
If I can be frank, I get the idea is to make a conversation and that the intentions are good. That if we don't look white, we must be from somewhere else or speak another language.