The UK’s leading online parenting site Mummy uk warns mums and dads against posting photos of their children on public dating app Tinder.
Single mums were not so carefree and naive with very few sharing photos of their children within the dating app.” “Of course, some single parents prefer to be upfront with potential suitors; however the text summary section of your Tinder profile allows you to do this without putting your children at risk to paedophiles trawling the internet. ‘Loving dad’ is definitely not a turn-off to many women, especially single mums! Photos of your Ex: please don’t post photos of your ex-wife, girlfriend or even your mum! Men are not as talented as women at selfies, get a good camera app, play around with angles and filters and make sure we’re not looking up your nose! Body photos: we’d like to know you’re not obese but we don’t need to see your abs!
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