I'm a misanthrope and misandrist who is looking forward to Armageddon. I've been known to curse bros on the bus, probably due to having watched the Craft a few too many times. My patron god(dess) is Baphomet nowadays. Sometimes Eris/Discordia. I'm pretty bored with the radical queer scene because it's usually not very radical (owing to the racism, transmisogyny, misogyny, fatphobia, and ableism), and saying you disapprove of "cissexism" on your profile is only so much lip service in my mind. I tend to avoid radical queer things because you can pretty much take it for granted that it'll be transmisogynist with pretentious music. That being said, the thing that sustains me right now is Drop Dead Diva, Ugly Betty, and Xena: Warrior Princess (which stands the test of time better than Buffy). Maybe my patron goddess is Lucy Flawless. I'm also slowly falling in love with Divas, just because I think there are more opportunities for trans lady sisterhood and collective organizing there. I try to agitate against homonormativity (homofascism!), homonationalism, and multiple transnormativites whenever I can, often to the tune of the Xena: Warrior Princess theme. I'm also not a fan of nation-states or capitalism.
All of that being said, I'm a gigantic sci fi/fantasy nerd with a Dark Phoenix tattoo, too many books, and an unhealthy love of seasonal ice creams (Safeway Selects <3 <3 <3!!!). If you can teach me how to play Magic: The Gathering, I can overlook being a "radical" queer.
Quotes I live by:
"Love's a spell created by mortals to give females something to play with instead of power."
Though Xena-style Sapphic lovin' is a rather large exception.
"Feminism is the theory, lesbianism is the practice."
That being said, I tend to date man shaped creatures. So, ideally, please be a little self-hating (at least feel super guilty for patriarchy) and I'll be a little hypocritical.