Cougar Dating Profile Do’s and Don’ts

There’s no shortage of dating and social network sites out there where men can meet mature women, but how do you go about creating a profile that will draw the interest of the kind of cougar you’re looking for?

While there are no hard and fast rules that will ensure success, dating sites have conducted opinion polls among their mature female members to get a sense of what works – and what doesn’t – within a man’s dating site profile to attract a cougar.

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A Picture Really is Worth a Thousand Words

Don’t just post any photo of yourself, post a good photo of yourself. If you aren’t sure whether or not a picture of you is flattering, get the opinion of a female friend, or if you have one to ask, a female relative. A sister or female cousin will give it to you straight, especially if she knows you are trying to meet someone. They have been in the shoes of the women you are trying to meet, and they know what some of the immediate visual turn offs are likely to be, as well as what will pique a cougar’s curiosity.

Honesty is the Best Policy

Even if you are just looking for a quick hookup and you don’t expect to have a second date with the cougar you meet, there’s still no point in misrepresenting yourself in your profile. Remember, a mature woman is an experienced woman, and if you present yourself as something you’re not, she’s going to see right through your charade. At that point, you can forget about sex with that cougar.

Play it Straight with Your Desires

Whether what you’re looking for is casual sex with a cougar, a long-term relationship or something in between, be clear about what you want in your profile. Don’t assume that every mature woman is looking for a soul mate. Some women just want a fuck toy to play with for a couple nights of fun, with absolutely no strings attached. Being honest about what you want is the best way to get it.

A great way to start your dating profile on a cougar site is by checking out profiles that others have posted on a site like The more your know the better you’ll do, and scouting the competition is always a smart first step!

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