That thing where someone undermines your perception of reality, and says you’re crazy, or denies that something is happening that is in fact happening?
You may have to have some emotions-talk first to get to a good place and clear up any miscommunications or accidental harm you caused; if so, you're responsible not only for grudgingly going along, but for actively initiating and holding space for that conversation.
Do not make it their job to ask for a conversation to get you both back to a good place together. Do not run away if things get uncomfortable or you start to feel emotions that confuse you.
If you need space to calm down, pick a specific near-future time in which you will come back fully present and taking a proactive role in getting back to a good place.
People need different things after a hookup; know your own needs and be responsive to the needs of the other person.
*Don't* say or act like you are serious about someone, make out with them, and then avoid them. If you make out with somebody, you are responsible for checking in to make sure they are ok, not just during, but also after.
Discuss casual sex as casual sex, and ambiguous sex as ambiguous sex.If your initial connection seemed serious but things don’t work out the way you hoped, do the work to end on good terms with this person.Maybe you’re a Marxist or a socialist; maybe you’re an anarchist. You believe that our movements are stronger if they include everyone. If you're not ready to work with the emotion to make sure everyone is ok afterwards, then you're not ready for the sex.This is not the 1950s; if you’re committed to social justice but you are still marching along using ‘the rules’ to govern dating, it’s time to consider the connection between your politics and your personal life. You're a straight monogamous cisgendered feminist man,and you want to hook up with or date women? If you're the kind of person who avoids your own or other people's emotions, then you're not going to be able to have good consent conversations until you get more comfortable with your own and other people's emotions. Read books on consent and on radical conflict resolution skills.Social justice is intersectional; we can't just fix our economic relationships without fixing our personal and cultural ones. Learn your attachment style and practice acting in secure ways: Recognize that you agreed to or initiated a romantic relationship, however short or long-lived, and so you are responsible to the other person in that relationship as well as to yourself.So identifying as a male feminist is a tricky line to walk. But keep in mind that you'll get kudos just for taking on the term as your own; it may even help you gain trust extra-quickly with women you're dating. Nobody put a gun to your head and made you make out with this person, so own your choices and their effects.