Relaxed, gentle, inquisitive. Lover of nature, including human beings in all their variety. Anti-oppression agent and aspiring ally.
I find a lot of guys attractive and sometimes want to want to have sex with them so I can call myself "queer" like so many of my friends but usually I'm not feeling it.
I do not default to any particular relationship structure (i.e. monogamy, polyamory, whatever). Every intimate relationship, for me, is a unique set of circumstances, shared passions, and agreements. I am currently ambivalent about monogamy, but I remain open to this being a happy agreement with the right person.
I enjoy adventure and quiet equally. Very into social activity and good, nourishing friendships at the moment. Learning new things is always exciting for me.
I am sensitive, empathetic, and aspiringly fearless. I enjoy observing how different people handle situations and often find myself emulating their most admirable qualities.
Gravitate toward deep personal dialogue. Also enjoy play and casualness. Especially when there's something to work on or DO together.
I am passionate about working with other open-hearted people to make the world a safer, healthier, and more nourishing place. I meditate and pray and work on my own healing and growth in a regular way. I believe skillful embodiment of our best and kindest self is a disappearing art in our culture. I'm ever curious about what tools for personal and social development are most helpful. How can we become our full selves, and learn to serve each other - and the greater ecology - more completely.
Grew up playing in marvelous ravine/wetland near my house, which taught me to know and feel the land. Love being outdoors and finding magical out of the way places to sit or wander about. Sometimes this is deep in the woods, other times its just an odd strip of brush off a major road where something special abides.
Other people who truly passionate make me happy. If you are genuinely thrilled about anything I'd like to sit down and have tea with you.
I'm a weird one, noticeably outside the neurotypical range. Grew up an outsider and have spent much of my adult life exploring alternative activist, cooperative, and spiritual circles. I feel most at home when I'm in a leadership role or held by a group of other excellent leaders. I like to know that I'm serving others and be seen doing it.