From time to time, if our moderation team notices that a couple profile reads more like a single, or vice versa, we reserve the right to change the member type to what we believe is correct. Quite often, other RHP members report profiles to us that they believe should be a different member type.
If you do not wish to have your member type changed then please review your profile ensure that your description matches the member type you wish to maintain. It is not fair on other RHP members who are looking for a specific member type but discover the the person behind the profile is not as described. If you are happy to modify your profile as needed then please contact us and we can review your profile and change your member type as preferred.
Please note that couples taking a break are welcome to say so in their profile and maintain a couple profile but if one partner is still hoping to meet other people as a single, then we reserve the right to change the profile to a single one, until such time both partners are participating on RHP again.
If you are unsure what member type you are, consider how you intend to meet people on RHP. If you see yourself meeting people on your own the most, then a single profile is most appropriate. Women who are partnered but wish to meet people on their own are welcome to have a single female profile. However, if your intention is to involve your partner (even to watch), then a couple profile is more appropriate.