Are you a kiwi woman from NZ searching for the right woman for yourself? Log on to our website or download our mobile app. Let us take care of that by connecting you with the right ladies. Give love a chance through us, and let’s help get you that special someone.
We created a platform with you in mind. It's all about your happiness. Little drops of water, they say, make a mighty ocean. Little by little, from one person to the next, we have connected scores of people and helped a considerable number of relationships get a head start. So yes, our users think the world of us, and it is one well deserved.
My name is Lucy. I joined your dating platform, quite unsure of how things would pan out. I had no one to put me through, so I struggled quite a bit to find my footing, but once I did, it was smooth sailing from then. I found Lisa, we started chatting, and it got intense. We decided to meet up. Things have been great ever since then.
I signed up to Lesbiedates.com reluctantly after a friend of mine encouraged me to join. I decided I needed love now more than ever in my life as I was battling addiction. I found Alice a few weeks after registration, and just like magic, Alice turned my life around. Today, all my addiction problems are a thing of the past.
I had my heart broken a couple of times when I made advances but was turned down by girls claiming they were not lesbians and can be nothing more than friends with me. I found Caren on Lesbiedates.com. Not so long after we connected, we met up, and boom went the love dynamite.
New Zealand is a developed country, and if done right, finding a lady in your locality shouldn't be much of a hassle. We will like to answer some questions that riddle the mind of most people looking to join the train. So without further delay, we get right to it.
It seems apparent that the first thing to do would be to go online as there is no means of you finding someone on the internet while being offline. So register and build an account on the right platform. Lesbiedates.com would be your best bet.
When building your profile, keep in mind that this is a representation of you. Pick a photo that clearly says a lot about you, more like a lifestyle shot. When you have a limited amount of words to describe yourself, you have to make every word count. Leave out the bad stuff for discovery. You are here to sell yourself, so keep your insecurities in the bag and try as much as possible to showcase your positives. Dare to be different, differences seem to leave a mark, so I recommend you step out of the ordinary and make a conscious effort to stand out. Speak well and speak confidently. There is a reason why confidence is a highly coveted and attractive trait. Use it to your advantage.
Look the part, put effort into looking attractive. Love the camera and let the camera love you. Take as many beautiful and appealing pictures.
Say a little more than "Hi”. Often, doing only greetings don't get responses, so make your conversation interesting, give them a little more to discuss.
Try your best to be open, honest, and fun. You create rapport by sharing, and your success rate is greatly affected by how much of a fun person you are. Refrain from information hoarding as it kills conversation by making it one-sided. Be firm about your likes and dislikes; make it known. In some cases, you might have to make compromises, but know where to draw the line. You don't have to make it a big deal, but you can send it as a subtle but strong message. If you notice red flags that you are not comfortable with, do not hesitate to pull the plug on it and keep searching.
New Zealand is quite small in terms of the population, so the intensified search will help. You might need to be a little patient to find the right person.