If you are on the site to begin with then that raises a question. Do not assume, as you said(MOST GUYS) are here to meet you in a hotel, unless that is what your sub conscience is telling you. Not all guys are whores. How about you?
AUTHOR: Affinwa – (U.S.A.)
I’ve been a member of AFF twice in the last 5 years, both times for about a year. My initial reaction was similar to the reaction of the person who filed this report. It seemed like all the women were fake, even the real people were un-communicative, and the free membership was way too restrictive and unexplained (I never did figure out how the «profile views per day» were calculated. sometimes I could view them, other times I couldn’t with no rhyme or reason). That all changed when I learned what you need to do to succeed on AFF.
I also spent several hours writing out a profile that clearly stated who I was looking for, what attracted me to partners, and a bit about who I was as a person beyond my sex life
This all changed when I did two things. The most important thing about AFF is that you need to understand that you need to give as much as you expect in return. If your profile is a cock shot with a paragraph of text without punctuation or misspellings you will *never* get laid, period. I posted a full body nude shot, with my face clearly visible, as well as several other black and white, arty nudes I took myself and had developed at the local Target (I was still pre-digital). If you don’t show your face on your profile or in emails that you send your chances of getting lucky are very low. You don’t need to reveal too much about yourself, discretion is advised and expected, but realize that everyone on there has the same goal. (Also, put face pics after your primary picture, this limits the people who can view them to paying members since free members can’t see anything but a thumbnail of your first picture)