I'm a nerd, and I know everyone is a nerd now, but I still remember when it was a very bad thing, so I'm a little old-school that way.
I don't believe in fake geek girls. (That is to day, I don't believe they're a real phenomenon, women who aren't geeks just desperately pretending in order to impress some nerd boys.) I dislike misogyny. Most of my friends are in the burlesque community -- strong, independently minded creative women, and the men (and women, and betweens, and neithers) who love them. I like art and artsy people without really being artsy myself. (I do art, but it's not artsy if you're drinking Corona while doing it.)
I live in the Bronx, so I see the disparities of race all the time; if you harumph the idea of privilege, don't write to me. At the same time, I'm not really an activist. I don't have the attention span for that. I speak out when confronted by idiocy, and generally concentrate on my own behavior (i.e, not being an asshole), and it seems to work 90% of the time.