I care a great deal about rejecting sexism. I'm the kind of guy who would take offence if somebody called him "masculine."
I am a strong proponent of open relationships. Although I don't like the word, you could call me polyamorous. I have quite a lot to say for that, but let it suffice to mention three things: First, I don't think all that fuss about sex is in any way justified. Why can't grown-up people just have sex if they like (and refrain from it if they don't)? What harm does that do to third parties? Second, I fail to see how arbitrarily confining your partner's freedom can be a proof of love (if love is to be a good thing, that is). Third, all intimate relationships are one-of-a-kind individuals, so I really appreciate getting rid of pointless questions like "Is this really love?" or "Are we a couple?" or "Is this more than friendship?" I don't care if a relationship conforms to this or that stereotype. Relationships should be unrestrained by preconceptions of how everything is supposed to work. They should be about what makes sense for the unique persons involved in their specific situation.
Since it seems to come as a surprise to many: Despite the fact that I am non-monogamous, when I really fall in love, I typically want to be with my partner all the time and don't have much desire for other affairs. I am not against monogamy because I don't want to commit (I do), or because it would be difficult for me to be "faithful" (it wouldn't). I am against monogamy because I don't want to be the reason my partner has to forgo something that would actually be great for them and doesn't even harm me or anyone. That being said, great all-encompassing love relationships are not the only thing I am looking for. I try to be open for many things, and for new experiences in general.
I never use emoticons, and I and never go swimming dressed. These two basic rules of life are the closest thing to a religion I have.