Omg, good luck. She might get offended by everything you have to say. Just watch you say, think before you speak. But honestly, if you have to do that it's better to date someone who doesn't hate men..
My boyfriend's been dating me almost five years and hasn't seemed to have any problems with the feminist thing so it must not be that hard :P
Hmmm... Opening the door for someone is just basic manners so sure, do that. I do that for my partner or for anyone else near me because yeah, like I said, that's just considered basic manners, right? It'd be bad not to open the door for someone because it's considered rude, not because she's a woman, I don't think.
I love flowers but I'm highly aware that they're not cheap and I think that if someone got me that for a first date, I'd feel a little uncomfortable because that's so much money and I didn't get them anything. Technichally on our first date I paid for my boyfriend's meal (we'd already been dating for a super long time though before we actually went on a date) but that was because I'd suggested the restaurant and it had been shit and I felt bad. Ideally, I'd like to split the bill, especially on a first date because it just feels kinda unfair not to. My boyfriend sometimes pays for our food and then I pay next time we go and we trade off like that or we just split it in half.
#101 Guide to Dealing With Your Average "Feminist" (aka Feminazi"
- Give her your job. - Do not show her any gentlemanly things like flowers or doors opened, this will be a sign of weakness. Instead slam it in her face and watch her strength as she pushes that bad boy open again. Make her personal trainer proud. - Make sure you empty your bank account onto the dinner table for her. - And don't forget to leave a tip - your foreskin.
Just treat her with kindness and respect. Hold open the door for her - it's only polite. Offer to pay, but she'll likely decline and offer to split the bill. If she gets upset at any of your attempts at chivalry, then she's not the kind of feminist you probably want to be involved with anyway.