I'm in a committed relationship, and recently my partner and I have been starting to explore polyamory. I am really excited by the idea of building meaningful new emotional and physical connections with people.
I really like the way that polyamory (for me, at least) rejects a scarcity mentality of love in favour of a more generous view.
I'm a teacher by trade and a lover of learning. I was born and raised in Toronto, and though I recognize it definitely has its share of problems, I'm really fond of my hometown.
I'm caring and creative, and I'm conscientious to the point of self-parody (though this is often mitigated by my absent-mindedness and my powers of procrastination).
I like to be silly and I love to cuddle.
My personality is generally very sweet - but my wit can be acerbic. There is more to me than meets the eye.
An exuberant idealist (though not without my realistic and even cynical side), I'm a big proponent of such things as restorative justice; transformative education; sustainable development;equity and justice for all genders and sexual orientations, for aboriginal people, for all people of colour, for everyone who has been marginalized; empowerment, and community. And while it's easy to pay lip service to these things, I'm making efforts to step up and take action toward them.