” So I posted a Craigslist personals W4M ad to test my theory, which consisted of this: Honestly, I didn’t really expect to find any good candidates, but I figured putting the word “liberal” in the headline might deter any unwanted conservatives/freaks and was pleasantly surprised by the outcome.
Out of 68 replies, only four were spam, two included pictures of penises, and two or three were anti-feminist: Hi, Liked your ad. It’s not my expectation you’ll jump in bed with me, or possibly ever be more than friends, but I liked your ad and would at least like to try talking?
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But first things first, I may be what you consider a creeper. I am 27 with 4 sisters and was always last in evertything [sic] next to them, youngest of 5 kids.
And then when you weeded out men who are gay, the men I don’t find attractive, the men already in monogamous, committed relationships—really, I would never get laid again.” I recently pondered, “Can’t someone invent a feminist dating service?What would happen if men I tried to date knew up-front that I’m a feminist and were glad to hear it?