I am sex positive and polyamorous. This means I have multiple sexual and/or romantic relationships at the same time, regardless of how serious or entangled any one of those relationships become. I am open to a range of relationships but at the moment, I do need to prioritise the relationships that I think will be a part of my future rather than the ones that will definitely be fun right now, but won't aid me in achieving any of my future goals.
I'm quite open about my sexuality. I enjoy sex for many reasons and I'm past being ashamed about it or keeping it as a special trophy for those who jump through enough hoops. Sexual compatibility is important to me and therefore, I like to know whether I am sexually compatible with someone fairly early on in the bonding process. I wouldn't be compatible with someone who felt this meant I wasn't good enough to marry because I slept with them "too early". From experience, men who think like that are rather reserved in the bedroom anyway.
I am on the autistic spectrum; I have worked hard to chisel off some of the more intolerable traits whilst embracing those that make you more awesome than the neurotypical person beside you.
I have a son, he is also on the autistic spectrum. I have no plans to involve any love interests in his life for a good while so apart from scheduling around my parenting duties, you needn't worry about him too much, just yet. I enjoy a friendly relationship with his dad and his wider paternal family and will continue to do so indefinitely.
I enjoy conversation, some of it is me understanding the bizarre ways people work and some of it is because I enjoy debate. My autism means I am not always great at the right topic for an audience, but I have learnt how to adapt subjects I am interested in for particular demographics. I think we should all know a little bit about everything.
I am not a fan of formal dates, at first, at least. I find it hard to be myself in such environments and find the mise en scene somewhat distracting; it basically defeats the object of "getting to know" me. For that reason, I prefer really informal, low key settings for initial meetings - somewhere I feel we both have ample opportunity to get to know one another.
Overall, I'd say I'm quite a homely type of girl. That adjective isn't always viewed as a positive one but that's me: I like hanging out in small, familiar circles where we eat, drink and perhaps drug our evenings away. I'm not a raver, I know what knife and fork to use and when and I sound my t's (for the most part).