I enjoy, and work in, the outdoors. I’m enthusiastic and quite nerdy at times. I'm pretty intelligent and a good, though occasionally argumentative, conversationalist. I'm a hoarder of eclectic knowledge and of copious varieties of tea. I also have a really long profile.
I used to describe my self as a "not-so-concealed geeky fan of culty science fiction and similar stuff", but I think I long since fully embraced that aspect of me. I am very geeky and so is my partner which just creates a maelstrom of geek-out feedback loops. Of late I seem to have gotten back into computer games but at least it gives me something to do when I can't sleep. Or a reason for not sleeping in the first place - I'm looking at you Mass Effect.
I'm in a strong relationship with one of those people who makes you run out of superlatives when describing them: odo-ital. We live together in York and are trialling moving towards a polyamorous situation at the moment and it's going quite well. We very definitely consider this the primary relationship so please be certain you're comfortable with that if you're thinking about getting involved with one (or both) of us. We're going for open and honest communication with all parties all the way. I did spend some time exploring consensual none-monogamy in past relationships, but being in the primary relationship rather than a secondary relationship is new turf for me though it's currently going quite well.
If polyamory isn't your thing, but you still think we'd get on we have just moved to York and I'm very keen to make new friends here. Particularly if you like doing nerdy things and/or going climbing or mountain biking etc.
I am bisexual but I tend, by inclination as well as in my relationship history, towards partners who identify as female or genderqueer (so mostly the "other" part of the "same and other" in bisexual). Please still feel free to contact me if you identify as male but I might be more tentative than my otherwise confident tone here would suggest. I personally identify as bisexual rather than pansexual for a variety of reasons. I'm happy to talk about it. (NB I don't have "looking for guys who like guys" selected as an option as I got too many messages that were frankly creepy. I guess one of the privileges of being bi is that I can make that kind of a choice). I have some very mild genderqueer leanings and self expressions but not enough that I identify as such.
I am enthusiastic, focused, and a climber