|I clicked on "What's an Objectivist?"|
Over the last 45 years I've met thousands of people who call themselves "Objectivists," and almost invariably they turn out to be nothing of the sort. Indeed, a person who identifies with someone else's personal philosophy, even "Objectivism," is most unlikely to be even a Randian, much less a "real" Objectivist.
I call myself a "Randian" to acknowledge Ayn Rand's influence and contribution to my personal philosophical system. But as for the label "Objectivist," which Ayn Rand reserved for the final version of her own personal philosophy, even Ayn Rand herself did not qualify as long as her ideas kept on evolving. So the most reasonable presumption, if someone calls himself an Objectivist, is that he does not understand the "What's an Objectivist?" question.