I'm introspective and inquisitive. I like to have discussions about issues I'm interested in and ask deep questions. I don't aim to change anyone's opinion, but I do enjoy learning about other different viewpoints and having mine heard. I consider myself open-minded.
I'm honest, almost to a fault. I'm almost incapable of lying, especially on the spot, and planning a story to tell a lie makes me feel bad to even consider. I will try to be considerate as I possibly can without compromising the truth.
I'm conscientious. I don't partake in any drug or alcohol use. It's okay if you drink alcohol in moderation. Complete abstinence from recreational drugs is a must for me.
I have two dogs, one that lives with me at my brother's house who I will have to give up when I move and one at my mother's. I love my dogs and I'm open to cats.
I have no children. I don't consider that something of achievement or worthy of shame. I would like to have children eventually. I'm open to a relationship with a single mother I suppose, but I could not guarantee I could care for the child well, at least at first simply due a lack of experience, but who knows?
I like science as a casual observer, but by no means am I an expert or a die-hard enthusiast. I'm particularly fond of psychology and astronomy.
I'm not religious or spiritual, but I'm not militant about it and I don't consider my lack of belief in the supernatural a fault and I'm not going to compromise on this for a relationship.
Politically, I identify as a libertarian. I have liberal concerns and conservative values, but I think it's best for the role of government to be as minimal as practical, particularly when it comes to religion, sexuality, reproductive rights, and civil liberties. I think I'm smart enough to know that I'm not clever or dishonest enough to be a politician.