I have had various women call me out on my online dating profile for having standards that are too strict. This is basically what I wrote on an online dating profile:
"As for who I'm looking for, I would like to find a woman who does not have tattoos. I would like to find a woman who has not had a child out of wedlock. The only body piercings that I like are earrings (preferably only one earring at the bottom of each ear). I absolutely love long hair! It looks so pretty when it is long! I prefer that hair length be shoulder-length or longer. Also, I like dresses. Whatever you do, please do not wear a pants business suit!"
You would not BELIEVE the responses I have received over that. There was one girl who labelled herself as "conservative" and "Christian" say that although she met all of my criteria, my remarks were offensive and that what I've written was superficial and it doesn't tell you anything about a woman's character. She said, "I'm not interested in any further communication." At least one woman has asked me if I was joking when I wrote this. Another woman said my remarks come off as controlling, or something like that, and I will likely end up with no wife at all if I don't get my act together. I had another woman, who messaged me first, say that she looks sexy in a pants suit and that she had a baby out of wedlock, and she is currently good friends with the baby's father and the baby's father's new woman. I remember a woman that thought I was being too picky talking about hair length, and then I pointed out she had mentioned hair length in her own profile as well, saying that she wanted a man who was "clean cut". Women talk about their requirements for age, height, job status, income, etc... Women are free to have all sorts of standards for a man, but apparently men aren't allowed to have standards for a woman.
I don't know if you realized this, but your profile sounds like a perfect example of trolling and "negging" women into a response. Not sufficiently obnoxious enough for them to swipe you off, but sufficiently intriguing and reasonable while being challenging for them to engage in a conversation with you.
The initial conversation, as everyone knows, is the most difficult hurdle in online dating. It's like trying to get someone to click on a facebook ad. The first "line" is the most difficult in a day approach.
If there's multiple lessons in game, one is that women claim to not be attracted to arrogance and demands from men, but simultaneously treat beta male supplicants poorly. So by acting alpha, in a reasonable way by stating your preferences as "would like", TRUE GENIUS! Married 16 years but if I could go back in time 30 years, I'd steal it!
The way to make this approach work, I'm guessing, would be to say "You have a point but..." and then engage in elderly chat.