Thankfully there are no shortage of vagina pictures on the internet (we know, shocker), and after a bit of digging (sorry) Kerry found a ‘cute’ one she was happy with.
Next up Kerry set up a profile on dating app Bumble, which allows users to send each other pictures through the app.
By the end of her experiment Kerry was basically sending the vagina pic as an opener.
Of the 37 guys who replied to her unsolicited vagina pic, three sent her shirtless pics, seven replied with X-rated accounts of what they’d like to do to fake vagina, eight asked to see more, and 10 replied with dick pics ‘including one that included, a, um, happy ending.’ Vom.
I thought she was amazing and in my efforts to work on myself to show her that I could be better for her, I wrote several blogs on her i.e. Despite the fact that very few women actually like receiving dick pics (and therefore, presumably, the men sending them get 0 sex), this doesn’t seem to have deterred guys from sending them. Most women who’ve tried online dating will have, at some point, been sent an unsolicited picture of a stranger’s penis.But LA-based writer Kerry Quinn had an idea; what if she sent men unsolicited vagina pics?Wouldn’t that be a great way to teach them a lesson? Writing on Thrillist, the 41-year-old explained: ‘the only people who see mine are men I’m intimate with (and, duh, my gynecologist).’ Wise lady.Many people still do not fully understand what online dating is all about.There are many different platforms and communities that exist.At the same time, though I learned that you cannot wait to see how things are going to turn out and need to live your life the best you can and let whatever will be, be.I needed to move on and make sure I didn’t make the same mistakes twice. It was something I’ve always encouraged my mentees with autism to try who have had difficulties with face-to-face communication.I searched the Interwebs, and after extensive research I have to give props to straight guys and lesbians -- vaginas are like fingerprints except you really don't know what you're going to get. ) and seemed "cute” (even if it's some other lady's secret garden, it'd better be attractive).Next, I loaded the dating app Bumble, which lets you send photos to your matches within the app rather than via text. Of the 10 that I sent, only three guys failed to respond (no word on how active they are on the app).