There are considerable differences between social and personal values.
He has a checklist of characteristics for his ideal mate.
The red flag is multiple mentions and excessive details. He says he's "not like other men." Comparing himself to other guys multiple times in his profile could be a sign of low self-esteem, perhaps from a lack of dating luck.
Davis also warns, "Boasting that he's 'not like others' could mean he holds himself in high regard and expects you to stroke his ego." Roberts suggests you strike up a conversation if you like the other aspects of his profile and ask him to describe himself.
He wants a woman who likes hiking, spending time with family, dogs (specifically his two black labs), nonfiction, the mountains over the beach, traveling abroad and trying new cuisines. Long lists "usually mean that your match has had a lot of bad experiences—and probably a terrible divorce—so he's looking to avoid these issues in the future," says Davis. A cousin of the previous red flag, an extensive list of negative declarations could show the dater is set in his ways.
In the end, however, Davis says it's perhaps the least egregious of the red flags. Still, you shouldn't necessarily steer clear of this man. "Language is often indicative of someone's true intentions, so over-sexualizing a public profile shows he isn't selective and may be one-track minded." Roberts agrees, saying that kind of profile is "basically flirting with anyone who finds him," which doesn't make a woman feel special.While she admits it's daunting to complete this part, Davis warns, "If you can't feel a connection with his profile, it may be challenging to feel drawn to him offline. He describes himself as "loyal" and "trustworthy." "These are things about which you shouldn't have to reassure people from the get-go," says Roberts.