just wanted to get something off my chest quickly: I've met some guy on instagram due to organizing a demonstration, and we've talked quite a bit on the phone and a couple of days later again. While he had an interesting perspective as a Black man in europe and was generally friendly, he also said things regarding women and sexuality that made me really uncomfortable.
I do not know how to react to that. He called me again yesterday but I did not pick up. I'd be totally fine being in contact with him to organize political stuff with both the groups we're in, I am not interested in investing time in him before I actually know what he's like, and anyway, it's all moving to fast. Additionally, I am feeling slightly uncomfortable due to his views on womanhood, and I do not want him to be interested in me romantically/platonically.
However, I do not really know how to communicate that, I don't want him to think that I see him as a the stereotype of the "predator".
Do I have to challenge his views on women etc regardless if I actually want to be friends? Or it is fine if I draw a line there, and stop communicating?