If it’s respectful, and in the realm of curiosity, I’m a happy camper.
If it’s fully informed and equally feminist, it’s game on.
I imagine that finding a feminist partner may be less difficult for women who date women, but I could be wrong about that; there are fewer LGBTQIA folks in general, so their dating pool is smaller.
Women dating men have a larger dating pool and straight privilege, but they are more likely to run into misogynists. I had a hard time dating, but my feminism had nothing to do with it. I was also completely oblivious when someone was attracted to me; they’d be flirting, and it just wouldn’t register.
My feminist beliefs also mean that I won’t date someone who thinks women suck, which isn’t common, but sadly more common than you’d think. He’s a feminist too, so he sees me as a person, not a thing. “If you want to spur a budding relationship forward, skip the flowers,” Dr. “Leave your cell phone in your pocket.” Based on the data, if you want to impress a potential bae, you should totally ignore your phone.Check out these stats: In general, if you want to maximize your chances of hitting it off with someone, it’s best to avoid making them feel like they are competing with your phone for your attention. Take good care of your phone and mute those audible key clicks.Because of feminism, I knew I was looking for an equal. ), and there are a lot of men out there who probably wouldn’t date me.
At the same time, if they want a woman who is subservient, has no opinions, and constantly strokes their ego, they are better off looking somewhere else.
Cracked screens and excessive clicking sounds were both named as turn-offs.