Why You Can't Be Racist Or Sexist Anymore If You're Trying To Date, Survey Says


After last Tuesday night, I honestly thought all hope in humanity was lost.

How could the people of America actually let a racist, sexist sexual offender become the president of the United States of America? I know it's annoying to hear people continuously complain about the election results, but I don't know if I'll ever get over it.

And I know this feeling will translate over to my dating habits.

I'm not alone either. Sapio surveyed 2,000 people and found the biggest deal breaker for most women, including Millennials, was sexism.


The only groups of women who said sexism wasn't their biggest deal breaker were women 41 and over, and lesbian women.

Sadly, sexism wasn't one of the top red flags for men. (SMH. Stay woke.) However, men rated racism/intolerance as one of their most serious deal breakers.

In fact, racism was listed more times on the chart than any other trait!

Sapio also asked how both men and women would rate various deal breakers on a scale of 1-10 (1 being not a deal breaker, 10 being an absolute deal breaker.)

Being racist was rated a 8.44. Being sexist followed closely with a rating of 8.03.

Anyway, overall, I agree with the folks surveyed. Whenever I see a person spouting one hint of intolerance, I have no choice but to reject them.

Someone who doesn't share my political beliefs is not somebody I can have sexual relations with!

I don't want to be around people who fight with me on Facebook when I share articles or memes, or who tell me I need to "stop complaining and do something about it."

But I suppose that's why I'm not dating any of them.

Citations: Sexism Is Millennial Women's Biggest Dating Deal Breaker (Glamour)