I think that my most complete and accurate summary is thus. Fundamentally, I'm honest and loving, and I love to think. The rest of me seems changeable in limited ways. I change to become closer to what I believe I should be. I take criticism very well, because I really do want to get better: feelings don't enter the equation. An unpleasant truth is far better than a pleasing falsehood.
In my Personality Section, you'll find "More Dominant". I imagine that this description will go away if I answer more questions, like "More Extroverted" did, but I do have some leadership qualities. For instance, sometimes I start conversations with or compliment strangers. I try to be strong when I need to be, speak up when I should, and I've gotten really good at not getting pushed around by salespeople. These are attributes I'd like to see in others. In relationships, I want nothing but equality. I'm giving, gentle, loving, and respectful.
I'm learning about mechanical and electrical stuff, and more about Solidworks. I think that I should state for the record that I have two associate degrees, as I have yet to exit school and would like to give a modest impression of responsibility and determination. I'm going through a CAD certification program. Hopefully this will make me happy.
To me, this is poetry:
"Freedom is the freedom to say
Two plus two equals four
If that is granted, all else follows"
Because to me, truth is beautiful. This relates to many things about me, like my love of honesty, communication, and understanding. All things that fall under my definition of "intimacy", and all things that I seek in a relationship.
I am a children's rights (and respectful interaction) promoter, GLBT ally (I deny the meaningful existence of gender), "racial-sexual-equalist" (a working title), walking suicide helpline, biocentrist, hug-enthusiast, and a lot of things. But would you read a profile consisting solely of 70 bullet points? I try to be a philanthropist with what little I have, which isn't necessarily money. Sometimes I regret not helping people when I could have. It sort of haunts me. I hope to grow to the point where I will decide, regardless of peer pressure, conventions, fear, or anything else, to help whenever I believe I should. It's really hard sometimes.
I like walks, just about any activity at night especially when lots of stars are visible, fog, thunder and lightening, drinking and serving warm (nonalcoholic) apple cider on cold winter days, swimming, biking instead of driving, squirrels, raccoons, crows, Game Genie, ice cubes in the shape of fun things like robots, doggy dreams, teaching, doing something I've never done before, cheering people up, helping, spicy food, decoding media like movies and music videos, hearing people express their own ideas,
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'Not sure what else to say. My Ethics Style is strong. I only have monogamous relationships, including when they're non-romantic. I'm not very good at getting other people to be ethical, but I'm ethical as far as I know, according to various ethical theories, even when it doesn't really serve me. Ethics is very important to me. I'm programmable. My hair would be yours to arrange, but I'll cut it eventually. And I invented the "team nap", which is the best way to take a nap. Although I suppose that some extraordinary circumstances could create a better nap, like sleeping in a large pile of talking Gummy Bears. Actually that sounds terrifying. Team nap's the best. Definitely. Why did they have to be talking? God damn. What if one got in your ear? Ugh.