You have a better chance getting laid by responding to those “Big, busty woman ready to fuck you” ads you see on the sidebar of Porn Hub.As for women, if you’re looking for a DDF, NSA fuck buddy, you have options.And people typically provided short descriptions of their attributes — race, age, height and sometimes breast or penis size.
I didn’t put up a photo, just in case someone I knew came across my post. The real person and I were able to engage in a somewhat-normal conversation, but she kept steering it toward sexting.The stories that inspired me to try out Craigslist were all written by women.I know many of you ladies have kinky desires waiting to be filled. The responses began to flood my inbox to the point where I had to delete the post.All in all, my unfruitful experience has led me to believe that Craigslist is probably one of the most difficult places to meet people, let alone a place to find a casual sex partner, if you’re a guy.Believe it or not, your email address says a lot about you. Right away, an email lookup scammer knows that you work for Big Company.With this information, they can ascertain where you're located at geographically, and make some basic assumptions about your age, income, and gender.Browsing through the w4m section — woman (poster) looking for a man (responder) — I found certain requirements that were consistent throughout the ads.People insisted their potential NSA (no strings attached) partners be DDF (disease- and drug-free) and “420-friendly.” Many proposed a one-time sexual romp with the possibility of continuing if both sides had fun.Attempting to keep the comparison as similar as possible, I copied and pasted the first post I made as a male and only changed subtle things to make it clear I was female — therefore, I was still a “Young Asian Berkeley Student.” I posted it early Saturday morning.For the first hour it was up, I received nearly two to three responses per minute.