Well, I can tell you right off the bat that a feminist would not date an anti-feminist. And same for vice-versa. Duh.
Feminists want the "New Age Man" -- a man that feminists can walk all over. He's an effeminate man that brownnoses feminists, is overly "in touch" with his emotions, doesn't like sports, loves gossip, treats his daughters better than his sons, blames men for everything so he can get accolades (and sex) from his feminist spouse/girlfriend, and constantly talks about how men oppress women. He also must feel "guilty" for being a man. He tends to wear black-framed non-prescription glasses with hair bangs combed over one eye. He can often be seen with an $8.00 cup of Starbucks in his hand, and a notebook full of poems in the other. He's a far-left liberal yuppie that lives in gentrified urban "trendy" areas. May or may not be slightly metrosexual. He hangs out at coffee shops with his laptop computer, gossipping with women and other "New Age" men. Basically a gay man that claims to be heterosexual.
This is the "perfect" ideal man for a feminist. Thankfully, these type of men are rare -- which partially explains why most feminists are single. Most men know how to be real men.
EDIT: Ember Halo, I can tell you're lying. It's as if you just read everything I wrote, then wrote everything that was completely opposite as a petty means of "showing" me, out of spite. You're a feminist, and the man you chose to date was an anti-feminist? How convenient. That would be like an independent woman dating a conservative man that believes in full-fledged chivalry, and thinks a woman's place is in the kitchen. Riiiight.
Yeah right, that would be like me going to a feminist/misandrist convention and looking for dates. Any woman here that reads my posts know I would never do such a thing.
Being a man that is the anti-thesis of the "new age man". Although I guess I am slightly liberal, but more of a moderate-liberal.
· 1 decade ago