I'm a cuddler, a writer, a painter, an agnostic Unitarian Universalist, liberal on most political subjects, extroverted in the Summer, and introverted in the Winter.
I ride my bicycle everywhere, and I do all my own bike maintenance.
When I want to be social, I often like to go out dancing or to karaoke at a bar, but nothing beats a house party. Then again, sometimes a quiet evening in with friends is exactly what I need.
When I don't want to be particularly social, you can find me either reading a book, playing on my computer, bingeing on a TV series, or submitting to my studies.
The struggle to determine my own gender identity was a long and arduous task, which has made it a large part of who I am. When I was in my mid-teens, I thought I surely must have been transgender because it was the closest thing I knew of to describe myself, even though it never quite fit. I was rarely the most feminine person in a room, but I was never as butch as the boys. In my early 20's, the idea of genderqueer was presented to me, it stuck instantly, and I've identified with it ever since. Today, I specifically call myself intergender because I generally feel about 50/50 masculine to feminine.
Straight girls usually aren't sexually into me, so I rarely try. Besides, my biggest crushes are typically on women who end up being lesbians and who thus have no desire to be sexual or romantic with me. [Insert sad trombone here.] If you are a straight girl though, please don't let that discourage you from striking up a conversation with me.
I once set my OkC account to "include me in searches for women," and left it that way overnight. When I woke up in the morning, I had over forty quickmatch alerts, all from straight men who very obviously just clicked the star-button without glancing at so much as my photos, let alone my profile. It baffles me that any women take this site seriously.