1. You’ve told a date that they need to change something about themselves to be attractive to you.
2. You think telling a date they need to change something about themselves to be attractive to you is normal and appropriate behavior.
3. You believe that your date would unquestioningly make the changes you’ve prescribed, because you believe that being attractive to you is a priority to your date.
4. You’ve commented on a picture of someone you’ve never met with instructions on how they need to change themselves to be more attractive to you.
5. You think commenting on a picture of a stranger with instructions on how they need to change themselves to be more attractive to you is normal and appropriate behavior.
6. You believe that the stranger in the picture values your opinion and desires your approval.
7. You believe that your opinion on the appearance of others is the standard, and that it represents popular opinion.
8. You present your opinion as fact: “Muscles on women are ugly”, “Long hair on men is disgusting”, “Blue is the best color”, rather than “I find muscles on women unappealing”, “I don’t find long hair on men attractive”, “Blue is my favorite color”.
9. You’ve contacted a business, restaurant, author, blogger, teacher, public personality or other entitiy to tell them they need to change the way they run their business/restaurant/website/class/etc because it doesn’t work for you the way it is.
10. You’ve complained to and expected a community or group to change in order to serve your individual needs.