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Profiles are a super important part of online dating inside tinder Plus +. Since you are not face to face with other singles your profile has to draw them in. Those that say they haven’t had much success with online dating likely have a dull profile. Rather than blending in with other members, stand out and be unique by sprucing up your profile.

In order to spruce up your profile start with your HowHot picture(s). We are all physical creatures who are drawn to those that we find attractive and this does not change with online dating. For this reason your pictures have to be impressive. Of course being overly sexy is never the way to go but the biggest tip that any online dater can benefit from is adding subtle hints of sexy in your photo. For women, choose pictures with your hair down, maybe a red lip and a form fitting (not tight) assemble that shows your figure a bit. As for men, show off your eyes, nice smile and wear clothing that compliments your body type. A little sexy goes a long way online.

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Now, it is time to describe yourself. Rather than saying that are an “adventurous person who enjoys swimming, hiking and traveling”  sit down for a moment and think about what makes you unique. Once you have something put that in your profile and let your personality come through. Write the same way as you speak. Whether you tend to be enthusiastic, funny or intelligent, go with that approach. All are very attractive qualities.

Lastly, take a look at your username in  HowHot. Is it boring? If so, change it. You want your username to be something that highlights a standout aspect of your personality but you also want to come across as an adult. Usernames should be lighthearted, creative and fun.

Overall, sprucing up your profile is very easy and will greatly improve your love life. Dating online   in  is amazing but you have to know how to use it to your advantage. The goal is to spark interest and draw others in. Doing so is simple and doesn’t require a lot of time.

According to the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) more than 1 million sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are acquired every day worldwide, each year, there are an estimated 357 million new infections with 1 of 4 STIs: chlamydia, gonorrhoea, syphilis and trichomoniasis; and more than 500 million people are estimated to have genital infection with herpes simplex virus (HSV).
About 36.7 million people are living with HIV around the world, and as of June 2016, 17 million people living with HIV were receiving medicines to treat HIV, called antiretroviral therapy (ART).

Those days with the increase of users in dating apps, STIs are more common, because it’s easier to develop intimate relationships, too many users are just looking for a “one-night stand” and do not care about use protection at all, it’s estimated that 6 of 10 young people with HIV do not know they are infected, and just because they do not have any signs or symptoms they believe they are “clear”.
That’s why dating app such as Grindr decided to do a campaign to prevent and raise awareness between their users. Since it begun and according to a Clinic at a hospital in Brooklyn, the success rate has been really high, in the first month of using the app in this way, more than 20 new at-risk patients came to that clinic for a variety of preventative services, such as sexual health counselling, HIV/STI testing and pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), and after a year, that number raise to 100 new patients.
Red Cross Alicante (Spain) had created profiles in the most popular apps for men to give a warning to the gay community about how dangerous is to not use protection; their profiles are active 24 hours and they are one hundred percent anonymous.


Also in the United States, Grindr, has implemented banner ads to offer free HIV test kits, users can receive it in the mail, or they will give you a voucher to redeem in a pharmacy or even a code for a vending machine in the parking lot of the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
Remember, the best way to prevent is protection, if you’ve been in a unprotected situation, it’s time for a test. STIs do not discriminate.