You: You're mentally and emotionally stable. Seriously! I have a very low tolerance for unnecessary drama and self-generated turmoil; life is sufficiently challenging without needlessly making it more so. If all is well on that front, then please consider contacting me if we're a 90% or better match (particularly regarding the ethics questions), and the following reasonably captures your nature. You have depth and appreciate nuance; that is to say, you can thoughtfully navigate the grays areas in a world that is not often black and white. You're open, honest, and straightforward in the way you communicate; you're not interested in playing mind games or being obtuse. You're capable of laughing until your side hurts, can be spontaneous and at times unpredictable. You're a dog person. You know and understand men; ideally you grew up with brothers. You're happy (generally), easygoing, kind, compassionate, warm and affectionate. You know how to pick your battles, don't sweat the small stuff, enjoy people and can appreciate their idiosyncrasies while easily forgiving their foibles. You have a soft spot in your heart for animals of all kinds. You're philosophical and intellectually flexible, curious and honest (i.e., a liberal), and you try to live a life that reflects your respect and concern for people, animals and the environment. You're fit; you take very good care of yourself. And, finally, you have the time to give to a relationship.
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us."
- Ralph Waldo Emerson
Again, the ethics questions are crucial. For instance, you could be physically stunning, but if, say, you were an admirer of Sarah Palin and embraced what she represents, then I'd find you thoroughly unattractive. A pre-enlightenment thinker with a cruel heart is not the sort of person with whom I want to develop a meaningful relationship. Every other consideration is utterly secondary to the question of how well aligned we are with respect to our core values and what we care about most. Of course, this is not to suggest that physical chemistry is unimportant; it's very important! Makes sense, right?