Let's just get this out of the way, right here and now. I list myself as a bisexual, but only because there is no option for pansexuality. I honestly do not care one bit what your gender or orientation is, because I believe that both those things are far too fluid to be categorized by rigid terminology. I simply know that a connection is a connection, be it physical, mental, or both. There are far too many lovely, remarkable people on this planet to limit one's self to just one portion of the population. I'm into anyone that sparks my interest here.
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I think this is all just a big ol' goof.
Everything around me just kind of makes me laugh, the overall seriousness with which Americans seem to regard themselves. I mean, c'mon, none of this is fucking serious, and unless you cure cancer, aids, the U.S. economy, or world poverty, then none of what we do here with "human existence" really matters in any sort of grand stretch of anything. When you look at things that way, it makes it a hell of a lot easier to have fun with every moment that my eyes are open.
I try to live my life by the first rule of Improv: Just Say YES. That being said, I hate doing improv. There's way less stressful ways to see me try my damnedest to stop existing in front of a crowd of people.
I'm a college graduate, with a degree in Cultural Studies, Acting, and minors in creative nonfiction and comedy writing/performance. The fact that I can keep up my blissful happiness while knowing so much about the ins and outs of society's superstructure is really astounding. I feel like a big part of living with that kind of knowledge requires a bit of detachment, just like acting does. Once you learn how to detach yourself from the everyday, and can handle looking at every moment of life from an outside perspective while still living in the moment, you can handle some pretty mind-shattering realities. You just have to get right and comfortable in that alternate space you build yourself to survive in. Of course, life does become a bit of an exercise in method acting when you live like this, but it's always fun to act and write the script as you go along.
In all honesty, I just really want to have a good time while I'm still alive.