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- She's bisexual. Instant deal breaker. Some bi women are manipulative, and won't reveal to their boyfriends that they're bisexual until several months after they start dating. That doesn't matter to me, even if I get attached to a woman, the second she tells me she's bi I break up with her.
- She was raped or sexually molested. I feel bad about this one, but to be honest I was hurt really bad by a girl that had been raped by her very first boyfriend, and she had psychological problems and was a huge superbitch because of it. I, personally, suffer from psychological problems of my own, but I would never treat my partner badly because of them and I always try to be very protective, considerate, loving and sweet to my girlfriend whenever I'm in a relationship. Girls that have been raped or molested have the kind of mental illness that makes them lash out and treat their partners badly, and I don't want to date them for that reason.
- She's too much of a feminist. I consider myself to be an egalitarian, and am all for equality among the genders and am for equal rights, but feminism has come to mean something ugly and hateful towards men, and feminists aren't for equality but rather they want women to have more rights than men. For instance, you never see feminists holding rallies or marching to fight gender imbalances that hurt men and benefit women, such as men and only men having to sign up for the draft, or America's incredibly unfair divorce/family court system that heavily favors the female, or the fact that there are no men's shelters for male victims of domestic violence and the fact that whenever a man calls the police because his wife/girlfriend is being violent towards him, the police are forced by law to arrest HIM. Also, whenever a man is accused of rape, he is pretty much guilty until proven innocent both in the legal system and public opinion. I never see feminists trying to correct those imbalances (yet they will hold a rally for the most unimportant issues facing women), so for that reason I cannot call myself a feminist. Instead, I'm an egalitarian.