I care a great deal about rejecting sexism. I'm the kind of guy who would take offence if somebody called me "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 about what makes sense for the unique persons involved in their specific situation.
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.