I do the poly thing. I do the kink thing too.
*Explanation at the bottom of this section*
I'm a take charge, fast-on-his-feet-thinker that handles things as they come. I'm calm in a crisis and don't sweat the little stuff either. A friend of mine described me as being "nonchalant about things no one is ever nonchalant about."
I'm a big believer in equality and freedom. I vote left for social justice and am all about people (can we call politicians people?)not telling me what I can or can't do (strictly in a non-sexy kind of a way).
I love Seattle. I've lived here since 2006, it fulfilled a dream from when I was a kid in Eastern Washington. I don't always think I fit in the best here though. Here I feel like it's not just my edges that are rough, but the first few layers too. I am a gentleman, not necessarily a gental man.
Work and community involvement take up a good chunk of my time and while some people list reading and fitness as a hobbies I consider it a part of a well rounded life.
The aforementioned poly thing... I might do it a little different than other people. Until I have a close connection, something that looks like "serious" I try to avoid terms like "primary partner". Until that point, I suppose, I treat things more like secondary relationships, because one I'm in a "primary relationship" I tend to be much more focused on that relationship than on others, leaning more towards monogamish. That is especially true if a D/s dynamic evolves (and I think that is a thing that should organically evolve, and not be coaxed in to existence). NSPP
Seriously, a drop down for this, and not a fill-in-the-blank? "Straight" work, in a way. I'll admire the male form, but sorry fellas, I'm into the feminine (and I deliberately say feminine, because screw gender binary, and neat little boxes to put people in.)
“Everything in the world is about sex, except sex. Sex is about power.” ~Oscar Wilde