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25 F Orlando, FL

My Details

Last Online
Jul 20
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Not at all
Agnosticism, and very serious about it
Gemini, and it’s fun to think about
Working on masters program
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Open relationship
Relationship Type
Strictly non-monogamous
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and has cats
English, French (Okay), Japanese (Poorly), Chinese (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Let me be perfectly clear: I am not your dreamgirl. I am not really anybody's girl. Some days, I am not even a girl.

This is what I do know: Sometimes going outside is a radical act in the face of the disabilities I have. I am practicing and learning empathy and kindness and growing as a person. I want to be more than my achievements but also believe in my ambition and somehow balance those in a capitalist meritocratic society. I want to value community and become community but the second is harder for me than the first.

I do not have sex, not really, nor am I interested. I am just not into people that way and I never have been. Invasive questions about my sex life are not okay. I don't want to remind people that I am a real person, this should be obvious, and those anecdotes about kindness that you learned as a child are important still.

I do like companionship and intimacy and kissing and flirting and touching and exploring and blushing and daydreaming, and I don't find those things limited to one person, because I don't think one person is capable of fulfilling everything. This makes me polyamorous in theory, but I am mostly single and belong deeply to myself.

I don't shave my body hair. Do not fetishize this or chastise me for it. It's a personal choice, and if hairy pits or legs or whatever bother you, then simply do not message me.

If you do message me, I do not want your compliments on my photos. I do not like compliments on my body, especially from strangers. This is not to be argued. If I say this makes me uncomfortable, you should know not to do it.

I am sensitive and tough at the same time. I learn about super depressing things and I stick with it because I honestly believe my research and my ability to share my knowledge will make the world a better place. I'm hardcore and awesome like that.

I am currently SINGLE, but I consider myself poly/non-mono and in a LTR with myself. But I like that they added the option!

It would be nice to have companionate affection and intellectual/philosophical/emotional understanding. I want to connect with someone and not have it be complicated. I want it to be meaningful, but not 'everything' to me. I want it to be effortless and easy and good. This is a tall order, but I don't have the time or energy for anything less worth striving for.
What I’m doing with my life
Protesting. Volunteering. Learning. Applying. Researching. Interning. Liberating. Exploring. Writing. Gaming. Watching. Changing. Fighting. Roleplaying. Fighting. Criticizing. Moving. Producing knowledge.

I wrote 210+ pages of fanfiction. If you think this is trite, do not message me. It made me feel like an accomplished queen and I loved every minute of it.


I started graduate school in this year. I went to academic conferences, presented research, conducted research (both my own and other colleagues and advisors/mentors), volunteered, worked as a graduate assistant, and read more academic books than you can shake a stick at. This was the year I worked the hardest in my entire life. From January to December, I finished my Master's Degree courses.

2014 plans:
I am still doing all the things from 2013. Plus, I am now halfway through my thesis. Will probably graduate in the fall but be done before then. ^.^ Then I go "career-hunting"

In the little free-time I have, I am part of several fandoms on tumblr. I blog about feminism. I text-based roleplay/write fiction. I buy too many games during Steam sales and never play them. I talk to my skype buddies from tumblr until 5am. I binge Netflix when I convince (read: lie to) myself that I have free time. I make little mixes on 8tracks here. I hang out with my roommate, who is also my best friend, and my all around platonic life-partner. Seriously. Everyone thinks we're in a relationship, and we kind of are. Except-- you know, minus relationship stuff.
I’m really good at
Internet. Snoring. Research. Eating. Queering. Analyzing.

Being inappropriate. Being controversial. Being intense.

Being a hot mess.

Writing about sections.

Things I wish I was better at:
telling people to fuck off
The first things people usually notice about me
"The fact that epic radiation radiates off of your epicness!" - InquisitiveCI

"Your profile is engineered like 700 well trained ninjas that are all slightly woozy on sake bombs." - SoulFetish

"You're not a bad person, you just have a well developed sense of Schadenfreude" - KissTheDJ

"You're like a human cat with boy-magnet/internet pheromones" - Realidealist

"You're exactly the kind of person I hate" -every libertarian ever.

"Why do you hate men" -Ignored emails.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Movies: Into the Wild, Avengers, Stoker, Pacific Rim, Her, (500) Days of Summer. I'm getting sad that when I re-watch movies, I don't like them as much. I'm struggling between enjoyment of first time watching vs re-watchability.

Books: Crush, Black Feminist Thought, The Hunger Games, Deathless, The Giver, Hyperbole & a Half

Comics: Winter Soldier, Black Widow (Name of the Rose), Hawkeye (Matt Fraction), Captain America vol 5, Black Widow (2014)

Poets: Warsan Shire, Shinji Moon, Richard Siken, Sylvia Plath, Clementine Von Radics

TV: Game of Thrones, Grey's Anatomy, Hannibal, True Blood, Parks and Recreation, Doctor Who (though Moffat is disappointing me these days), Firefly, Dollhouse, Once Upon a Time, American Horror Story, Arrow, Scandal, Battlestar Galactica

Food: Macaroni n' cheese, BBQ hawaiian bacon pizza, udon. Slurpies/frozen non-alcoholic beverages. Fruit salad. Chicken Fingers. Bread. BBQ-anything.

Video Games: Mass Effect Trilogy (yes, even 3 -- Maybe especially 3), SNUGGLETRUCK, Tomb Raider, KOTOR I/II, Borderlands I/II, Candy Crush, Mirror's Edge,

Music: Indie- (rock, folk, pop), singer-songwriter, new wave/post-punk revival, and some dance/pop.

Things I love that get a special mention: Female serial killers, feminism (...not related to serial killers), bad ass ladies (maybe related to serial killers AND feminism), and leggings. I also really like Hello Kitty.
The six things I could never do without
1. Intersectional Feminism
2. flip-flops
3. Fangirl feels
4. anxiety meds (hooray)
5. critical thinking
6. The oxford comma
I spend a lot of time thinking about
social structure and theory.
and cats.

My Slytherin House and how I can bestow glory upon it after fucking Potter wrecked our shit.

if I want to do PhD next year

fictional ladies in the marvel universe

Accessibility, understanding, compassion, and empathy.
On a typical Friday night I am
pretending to be a fictional character
and producing knowledge
and crying over hot doctors
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
In all seriousness, I am not sure if identify with feminine gender. Some days I'm totally cool with being a 'girl', other days I want to hide in the far reaches of space from any sort of gendered label.

Also, I have a handful of social/emotional disorders right now. The depression is not an issue anymore, but now it's anxiety disorder and panic disorder. Being social and experiencing demands drains me. I have to plan my days/weeks based on the energy I have and it can all be taken away from me with a random panic attack. Space and patience are vital for me in any relationship, friendship or otherwise. There was a time when I was totally okay with meeting people from this site. Now, I have to summon energy from the netherworld to reply to an email. Don't ask anything from me, or I probably won't reply to you.
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi girls
  • Ages 22–39
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends
You should message me if
you want to smash the patriarchy