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46 Tallahassee, FL Man


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 25–99
  • Near me
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My details

Last online
Yesterday – 11:34pm
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
A little extra
Other, but not too serious about it
Sagittarius, but it doesn’t matter
Space camp
Rather not say
Open relationship
Strictly non-monogamous
Has kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), German (Poorly)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
First off, I am not a Christian and I am polyamorous. If either of these are problems for you, you can stop reading right now and save yourself the trouble of getting to know me. I promise you won't hurt my feelings.

If you don't know what I'm talking about, I'll save you the effort of googling. . Please note, that I do not practice polygamy or polygyny or any other forms of restrictive or misogynistic relationships. There are no double standards in my world and my partners are as free to do as they please as I expect to be. While I don't agree with absolutely everything talked about in relationship anarchy, I do believe the basic premise that as long as you effectively communicate your relationship needs and personal boundaries, you should be able to trust your partner to treat you right without making a lot of rules and restrictions...and if you can't trust them to treat you right, perhaps you're just with the wrong partner. I have no interest in controlling anyone (unless we're talking about the fun and consensual kind) or being controlled.

I really belong on the West coast, but won't make it there for at least a few more years, probably to the Bellingham, WA area.

I have been on here for several years and made many friends. I'm a nurse and licensed massage therapist who raised three children by himself for 20 years I am very liberal, a feminist, and a lover of life.

I love the outdoors and adventure, having raised 3 very open minded and responsible young men to be good citizens, and losing the youngest one a couple of years ago. While I am OK being alone, it is often more fun to have a partner in crime and I think we all dream of growing old with somebody. Now that my children are gone, and nursing school is finished, I often find myself with more free time than I know what to do with

If you see me repeatedly stalking your page, it's probably not you that I'm stalking, but your test and question lists. Also, I talk about a lot of stuff, please don't be intimidated thinking that i am frantically rushing from one activity to another. I have fun and I have a very wide range of interests...and have at least dabbled in many different things over my years here, but I don't pursue them all at once. I am very versatile and enjoy free hugs (look it up on Youtube) as much as welding.

Since joining, I have met many new friends and have thoroughly enjoyed learning something about almost every single person I've talked to even if only briefly. If I add you as a favorite, I'm probably browsing from my phone during a break at work or school and not in a position to say hi very easily.

I love new experiences, whether we are talking traveling or other and am thoroughly enjoying my 2nd childhood as I embark on a 2nd career as a nurse and massage therapist.

We're all a little weird. And life is a little weird. And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness — and call it love — true love.
Robert Fulgham
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
The young baby (youngest of 3 that I was left with custody of 21 years ago) graduated high school, started school for aircraft repair and was hired on by a major airline. After leaving the military, putting my life on hold, and raising him and his brothers alone, I celebrated by going back to school for nursing and massage therapy. While losing my youngest child halfway through nursing school shook that plan a little, I am still on track; I finished LMT and LPN, and will be taking my RN bridge in the next couple of years.

I have been very active in disaster relief as a volunteer communicator (ham radio operator) and have worked every major storm to hit FL since the 2004 hurricane season. In addition, I spent two days on a rooftop in New Orleans helping evacuate a hospital followed by another week in coastal Mississippi. I am currently a member of a federal medical disaster response team.

A few years ago, the kids and I did a 3-month bicycle ride from Queens, NY to Rapid City, SD and are working on planning a big trip to Europe (Sweden, France, Italy, and a few smaller countries that many Americans have never heard of) in another year or so. In the meantime, I'm pretty heavily involved in hosting couchsurfers. Let me know if you are passing through the area and need a place to crash or just want to learn more about me; I'll be happy to send you a link to my profile, which also contains close to 100 personal references. for that matter, ask about couchsurfing if you just want to learn more about me or in general...or just visit the website.

I love contra dancing and can't wait to get back to taking Yoga now that school is over; I have been enjoying learning more about it beyond the physical aspects. I think it will enhance my path in life, physically, mentally, and spiritually. The more I learn about myself and how to treat others without the fakeness of an organized religion, the more I learn to enjoy life and those around me.

While I will probably not go "off the grid", I think that the more food we produce ourselves, the greener and healthier we can live....and more cheaply to boot. is my friend.

Here's a list of my interests as keywords for anyone searching for them : amateur radio, archery, banjo, bicycle touring, bicycling, aviation, biofuels, camping, canoeing, contra dancing, disaster relief, geocaching, ham radio, falconry, hiking, kayaking, motorcycles, Society for Creative Anachronism, open relationship, organic gardening, paganism, permaculture, polyamory, recycling, Ren Faires, sailing, SCA, wicca

I was just notified that awards are being retired from here and that we need to save them if we want to keep them, so I'm saving them here until I find something better to do with them.

ButterflyBliss gave me: Friends In Real Life
Awarded Sep 19, 2009

“Outgoing personality and always planning group trips and get togethers. He definitely has a zest for life!”
theonlywordnerd gave me: The Perfect Mix
Awarded Dec 10, 2010

“Smart, fun, super cuddly. Awesome and full of win. ”
(user no longer member) gave me: The Great Date
Awarded Dec 14, 2010

“Hi Ladies. This is a good man. Fun, smart, polite, interesting and guaranteed to make you laugh. I was passing through his town and he was sweet enough to show me the lovely architecture of Tallahassee, State Capital, a gorgeous State Park and even humored me with my request of checking out the thrift stores for a hunt to find the perfect purse! Really nice gentleman. I would have loved to spend more time with him and meet his son had I been in town longer. I sure hope Gene and I keep in touch and meet again someday.”
timbertiger10 gave me: Makes Me Laugh
Awarded Dec 29, 2010

“This is a great man! Would've given him the peas, except it was already done...LOL..He is full of humor and jest for sure, but he knows when to quiet it down and be serious too. I hope to be good friends for a very long time to come. Definitely someone worthwhile to meet!”
(usern no longer member) gave me: Smarter Than The Average Bear
Awarded Apr 1, 2011

“Smart, funny, considerate, compassionate, excellent communication skills, and a rarity - real common sense. Definitely smarter than the average bear and an innovative thinker. Had a great time. Very easy to talk to. ”
(usern no longer member) gave me: The Great Date
Awarded Sep 13, 2011

“I really enjoyed visiting with Gene and Yvonne. They are great people :) Had a really good time. More visits to come :)”
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Helping others and making folks smile. Accepting others as they are without wanting to change them.

Also good at giving repressed and closed-minded people mild coronaries when they read my profile :)
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I shaved my head. I figured I'd rather look like a guy who shaved his head than a guy who was going bald. As it turns out, most of my friends say it looks better and I happen to agree.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Mostly military thrillers (Tom Clancy) or non-fiction, currently reading "The Ethical Slut", "Sex At Dawn" and "Urban Tantra". Until recently, I worked 14-16hrs/day and rarely had time to do anything, Now that I'm on my own, all my time is tied up working, studying and enjoying life, so I'm still not reading for fun.

I don't really watch much TV and that includes movies but I do like anything by Mel Brooks, or old John Wayne movies; I'd really rather be doing something outside, but we will download a movie from time to time...anything from a war movie to a girlie flick. I also like downloading videos from and learning new tricks to keep things interesting.

If I do see or hear of a TV show I like (Firefly and Dexter are my favorites), I just download the whole series and make a party out of it.

I like all music but I've developed a liking for Australian country. Check out Lee Kernaghan, The Sunny Cowgirls, Emma Kelly, Slim Dusty and a few others or check out or for my favorite playlists. It sounds a lot like our country music from 15 years ago...or like one of my friends remarked, it sounds more country than country. Half the fun is picking out the cultural differences in the music and videos...words, idioms, vehicles used etc

I'm pretty omnivorous. I look for foods that I haven't tried yet in restaurants and have been known to tell the waiter in a Vietnamese restaurant to surprise me. I like to make my own sushi or invent other new dishes but can in no way be called "a chef"
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
A loaded we need to start at the bottom of Maszlow's pyramid and work up? Perhaps they are really asking what I find important in my life? I'll get back to you on that.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I've noticed that most of my matches are younger than me. Not sure what to say to that....After raising 3 kids alone for most of their lives and escaping from Fundamentalist Christianity, I guess I am a bit more open to new ideas than most and maybe that shows up in my attitudes and beliefs. Either way, I'm not opposed to age long as we're not getting married, it's not like one of us will be drawing social security as the other is still looking for themselves; it's friendship, dating and having a good time, not a lifetime commitment. I'm still not particularly drawn to one age range over another and refuse to predefine what/who I'm looking for so don't let mere numbers stand in the way of what might be a fun and educational friendship or relationship for us both.

Several religion tests said I was Wiccan, and I am interested in learning more or meeting others who practice it, but I am not Wiccan myself. My background is Native American and my beliefs (not religion) have always leaned that way pretty strongly; I consider myself an eclectic pagan following a primarily Native path. I really enjoy the Unitarian church that I attend as they are supportive of my son and I as we each seek our own paths. I spend a lot of time thinking about how to make the world a better place....or at least my little corner of it....and actually succeeding at it much of the time. I've been spending a lot of time lately trying to figure out my version of the truth and regardless of where I find it, am positively eternally grateful for such a beautiful world to live in; I just hope to learn as much as possible about it in the time I have allotted.

I have no problem with any belief system; I think that whatever anyone believes is the truth for them and will support and celebrate their right to worship a Flying Blueberry Twinkie or nothing at all if they so choose. As a veteran, I was willing to fight to defend the right to both freedom of and freedom from religion and still feel very strongly about this.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The same thing we do every night Pinky....TRY TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!!!!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
That I'm Sagittarius? That I'm a card-carrying member of the AANR?
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
Khe Sera Sera

I do not predefine a lot about who I am looking for. You know who you are; this is about who I am. If you think we might enjoy learning more about each other as friends, give me a yell and we can talk; whatever happens happens and it really is all good as long as we're totally honest and open with each other.