Dating an objectivist
The real philosophy that stands behind a person's character is his sense of life, an emotional, intuitive complex of deep-seated value-judgments and orientations toward the world and others.
Most people do not act consistently on their conscious religion or philosophy, and indeed most do not really take abstract ideas very seriously.
I've already scoured dating websites, and I'm convinced I will have to move to find the sort of woman I am searching for. More information for this question: There are no O'ist clubs in the area. It is titled, The Selfish Path to Romance: How to Love with Passion & Reason, Inspired by the Ideas of Ayn Rand.
Apparently the questioner is readily able to find non-Objectivist women and get to know them well enough to find out that they usually are either hopelessly dependent or too philosophically antithetical to Objectivism.
I had a 45 minute phone coverstation with her, and 30 minutes of the conversation was about Ayn Rand.
I think the real meaning of this is deeper and more subtle.Or perhaps by working someplace that encourages Objectivist values, like BB&T. Participate in some of the online Objectivist email lists. Attend talks by authors of books that reflect your values.