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The latter says: If you’re not online-dating, you might not realize how common it is to swipe through profiles with guns: They’re usually images of someone hunting or practicing at a shooting range, but sometimes it’s just an image of a gun or two, no person in the photo.
The service is equally convenient for initial contact, further communication, and for sending gifts and getting agreed on a face-to-face meeting.Swiping right only on profiles containing puppies or smiling babies won’t guarantee happy outcomes.But when I see weapons on an online-dating app — a platform where I’m already on high-alert — it doesn’t exactly make me feel safe.There are all kinds of photos that don’t belong in online-dating profiles: the shirtless selfie; the faraway shot or the artsy pic where it’s hard to tell what the person looks like; the group shot where it’s hard to tell whose profile it is; the photo with a child where it’s hard to tell if that’s a nephew or a son; or anything with sunglasses. Yes, even if he’s “just hunting.” I’m not opposed to dating a gun owner.(If you can’t look me in the eye while mediated by a screen, how will you do it in person? The man I dated most recently was in the military and, I learned as I got to know him, kept an unloaded gun in his house.