I'm rather frustrated with OKCupid's questions. Just because I'll accept any answer on a question from a potential partner does NOT mean the question/issue itself is irrelevant to me. It simply means I have an open mind, and don't insist that everyone I interact with have the same outlook as myself. The romance of a kiss in Paris vs. a kiss in a tent in the woods depends greatly on who I'm with... and the weather. Do I believe in God? Depends on how one defines "God" (or "god", for that matter...).
Apparently OKCupid defaults one's status to "Available" if one is looking for dates. To clarify, however, I'm very happily married, in an open relationship. My husband will always have top priority in my life, so keep that in mind.
In related news, my husband has an OKCupid profile, and I find it amusing that OKCupid rates us as: 66% Match 47% Friend 33% Enemy.
EDIT 05/07/2014: Apparently, OKCupid has filters now. I hate this idea. Granted, I toyed with maybe setting up one for % match, but the percent I'd set it at would have ruled out my husband right off the bat. It also means that any message that is sent to me has the potential of never being seen by me. It takes away my own power to judge for myself. I find that insulting. I also dislike that someone might message me (or anyone else), and never even get the courtesy of a reply, even if the reply is "Thank you, but I'm not interested." or even "That was an incredibly rude way to approach a person. Not only am I not interested, but you might want to re-think your approach to others in the future." Everyone deserves a hello, and not to have their message floating around the ether unanswered.