I'm a writer. I'm never sure whether to identify as a feminist or male ally; I am definitely all for it, but I worry about being a cishet white dude stepping in and take space away from women, especially in something that very much should be theirs. Patriarchy, though, like capitalism, affects everyone in awful negative ways. Radical leftism is rad as hell.
I like learning stuff because learning is neat, but it's also a privilege in certain ways. I struggle to pay my bills and use the extra time I gain from this to work on writing and reading stuff because that fulfills me more than having enough money to buy a bunch of stuff. I grew up in the upper middle class and really have no great desire to work as hard as my parents did to have the kinds of things they did since it never really mattered to me as much as friends or good art.
Despite all that, I like dancing and going to bars and dressing nice. I have a homebody streak of enjoying quiet nights with hot tea and a book and Spotify or my guitar, but I also like driving aimlessly, breaking into parks late at night to wander around in empty fields, sitting on hills. There's an inner goth in me crying (...crying...) to get out and listen to The Cure and Joy Division and The Horrors and Black Marble and The Damned all day long, but I also listen to a ton of hip-hop, a ton of extreme metal, a ton of jazz, a ton of country folk, a ton of prog. Music taste doesn't have to be broad to be good, mine just happens to be broad.
I deal with depression, but I'm medicated and see a therapist. At this point in my life, I've learned that I can't really date or hang around people who don't understand that kind of stuff or aren't willing to. There's no obligation to; we all have a right to be psychologically safe and happy, and if someone with depression would compromise that for you, I'm not going to hold any ill-will towards you.