I find any blanket statements in the profile as to what a man demands, expects, or will tolerate are an immediate "turn off".
Sorry to disagree, but on the secular sites, some blanket statements may be the only way to weed out what you do not want. I don't know anyone who enjoys having their time wasted corresponding with someone who is looking for something very different than what they are looking for.
I have found that those who browse a lot and send a lot of random communications on secular sites are almost always exclusively the hook-up seekers. You look at their profile after they have sent you a message, and they are pretty up-front about what they want, and it is not the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony in a Catholic Church.
A dating profile is no place for false advertising and no place for getting suckered into buying something that you don't believe in. Having said that, there are ways to sound friendly, be clear about what you are seeking, and demonstrate that you are a well-rounded individual with a variety of interests.