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27 M Tucson, AZ

My Details

Last Online
Jul 9
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Graduated from university
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Has cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Back in Tucson after some traveling, looking forward to meeting new people.

A bit about me: I love riding bicycles, particularly ones way too small for me (meaning freestyle BMX). I love to explore the city and another person's mind. I read a lot of nonfiction, which lately has been mostly about spatial politics. I am fascinated by humans.

Safe to say I'm a very passionate person with a lust for life. I will continue pursuing what I'm stoked on regardless, but it is lovely to have some company to share the awesomeness I find. I like to be around people who choose to be with me because they want to, not because they need to. In other words, I want to be wanted; I do not need (nor want) to be needed. On a related note, I function better within a polyamorous network, regardless to whether I am currently single or dating another person/persons.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm constantly seeking out new experiences and learning, which is probably the most abstracted way of saying what i'm up to.
I'm always working on a project, whether its designing a new gadget, writing an essay to clarify my thoughts, learning how to film videos, building stuff to slip into public places, or figuring out the hidden gaps of the city.
A couple years ago, a smaller project took over my life and turned into a massive project. Now I'm writing a book that will combine my two greatest passions in life: critical theory and bike riding. I've got a pretty good plan going, but we'll see if it works.
I’m really good at
staying stoked on life and not being bored. Always new stuff to explore!

I've also gotten pretty good at turning nonchalant conversations on dumb action films into deep philosophical discussion. On the flip side, I'm getting better at breaking up stagnated academic droll with refreshingly dumb antics. Who says silly fun and intense questioning are mutually exclusive? :)
The first things people usually notice about me
Generally I haven't a clue. I'd like to think that each person I interact with is immediately awe-struck with the following realizations (but I doubt it):
* I really love conversations that make us think.
* I also really love being silly and doing stupid shit.
* For me, deep conversation and and silliness go great together (i.e. let's go rappel off that waterfall, then philosophize on the role that adrenaline plays in the formation of psychical structure.)
* I like being engaged and pumped on living (why exist without a lust for life?)
* I love seeing a different perspective, and encourage you to voice it. Especially if it makes me question my own.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I love reading, mostly nonfiction. Common themes lately: spatial politics, historical contextualization of my experiences, and the possibilities for integrating bodywork with psychotherapy... my background is in Gender Studies (queer theory, feminism - you know, that flavor of fantastic).

I don't watch a ton of movies, but when I do they often fall into the weird artsy/obscure/documentary/what-the-hell-did-I-just-watch category. Either that or they're super dumb action films. Ideally, they're a mix of the two (yes, it can happen).

I enjoy cooking, and am constantly listening to music. Whether or not we enjoy the same lifestyle "whats" is of much less interest to me than the "how"s and "why"s behind those tastes. Let's talk about what about those things makes you tick.
The six things I could never do without
"Never" is a bit of a stretch, but bikes, books and buddies are all crucial for my mental health, haha!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My context. Meaning, I think a lot about what is happening in the world around me, how its history shapes where I'm at, and how my way of thinking about that context is shaped by a history of thought as well. I'm more or less in perpetual amazement at how massive, diverse and complex the reality I live in really is. It keeps me psyched on life and learning, and is a major drive for me to meet new people. What different perspectives do you have? What is your reality like, and how do you make sense of it? This is what drives me.
On a typical Friday night I am
My schedule is pretty erratic, so on any given Friday night I could be at home reading/writing, dancing with friends, out in the woods camping, sleeping for work the next day, or riding a tiny bicycle around a parking lot in circles all by myself. I don't do party craziness very often, but every now and then it happens.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I live with a cat named Jet, and she's the most adorable thing in the world. Kinda obsessed.

... I'm very open, so bring the prying questions!
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi guys
  • Ages 20–37
  • Near me
  • For new friends, short-term dating
You should message me if
You want to wander the city and have good conversation. You're passionate about things regardless of whether or not other people are, but are looking for somebody to share with. You love learning and exploring.

I'm attracted to other fun, interesting people that are passionate about life. Intelligence is a BIG turn-on too... What are you stoked on? If you have a hard time answering that, then we'll probably not hit it off. If you're like "Aw snap - where do I even start!" then you should start by picking your favorite thing and telling me about it :)