Listen, I’m going to change my online profile. I’m going to make sure that I write over and over again that I’m not looking for a hookup.

I’m tired of women who look at me like they just want to hookup with me. Use me and then get rid of me.

I can’t believe how many women I meet who just want to hookup. It’s depressing.

When I start texting a woman, I can’t believe how quickly she’ll send me nude pictures of herself, or she’ll send me a boob shot. What do I look like, a himbo?

As a matter of fact, the next time I get back on Tinder, Bumble or any one of them, all I’m going to say is… NO HOOKUPS.

Hi. Do you believe any of what I just wrote? It’s not what I wrote in my profile. It’s what every woman writes.

No hookups, no hookups, no hookups. But you know what’s really funny? I just did a survey of my men’s list. I asked them how many women they met online who had sex with them on the first date.

The answer was an astonishing 41%.

Forty-one percent. I proceeded to ask the list a few more questions.

I asked out of that 41%, how many of them wrote no hookups, no one night stands, looking for an LTR.  girl-rejecting-guy

The answer was every single one of them.

I don’t get it. Why bother writing it? Why bother even bringing that issue up?

Sex is something that’s wonderful. Whether you choose to have it or not is your own decision. You meet a man and you’re into him and you’re enjoying the night and decide you want to hookup.

That’s part of what being an adult is all about. But it seems like there’s this army of women who have to declare that they don’t want to have a hookup.

I’d say about 90% of the profiles I’ve read on Tinder, Bumble, Hinge, OKCupid, Match and all the rest seem to say the same thing, no hookups.

But women are hooking up all the time. Does it make you feel better when you say no hookups?

When it comes to online dating, don’t write no hookups, because the guy’s not going to listen anyway.

As a matter of fact, when a guy sees “no hookups”, he immediately thinks to himself, oh a challenge. I’m going to go for it. That’s what he does. He goes after you and you’ve got exactly what you don’t want.

So when you write your profile, write only what you do want, not what you don’t want.

Write what you’re looking for in a relationship, what you are willing to bring to a relationship. Write down something cute and fun.

But don’t write “no hookups.”

We’ve seen it before. It doesn’t work.