Similarly, be honest, or at least honest-ish, for questions about your height, body-type, exercise frequency, etc.
As for questions about what you're seeking in a date, go as broad as possible.
First biggie is age, and again the suggestion is to be honest.
If you use a full-sentence-in-a-screen-name like "Imaybthe14U2luv4evr," chances are good U will B 4got N. Okay, here's a fact: your primary picture will make or break your online dating experience. I'm on a full profile site because I abhor the shallowness of swipe apps like Tinder.Rather than bragging about the extensive travel you've done, note how wonderful it would be to show a very special someone the timeless beauty of Florence.In other words, don't sell the feature, sell the benefit. In the "multiple choice" section you'll select the best answers about yourself, and what you're looking for in a potential date.Showing how open you are makes you look better to people inspecting your profile, and should lead to more contacts. Then get busy looking for people to approach, enjoy the contacts that pour in for you, or both.You're under no obligation, so why not have as many options as possible (and really, are you so "athletic and toned" that you'll only date someone who's likewise)? If things go well, you may have dates set for the very next weekend, and be off and running.
Maybe you'll engage in a steady stream of short-term, non-committed, sexually-driven encounters as a few of my friends did.