I am a creative individual with dreams and the drive to realize them. I graduated Harvard in 05 with a degree in Folklore and Mythology. I focused on Old Norse and wrote my thesis about Beowulf. I've done a lot of freelance work in the new media/social mediaspace. It's amazing how much storytelling as a field of study is the same or at least cross applicable, across so many kinds of media.
I've come, over the past 7 years and change to really embrace polyamory. I list myself here as single because I do not have a primary, build-a-life-together type relationship.
Thus, if you want to have a more than casual connection with me, you need to be okay with formalized nonmonogamous arrangements.* (Ideally, you've done them before)
I never was tremendously social in high school or before, but now, I'm known for throwing legendary weekend long parties, once or twice a year, and other less extravagant gatherings that still leave people thoroughly entertained.
I am GGG, a proud feminist/ally, and a geek of various stripes.
I recently had a conversation wherein I asserted that it would be better in general if people put their flaws out there more prominently in online dating. So, one of mine: When someone is telling me about an upset in their life, I cannot always tease out when blanket emotional support is going to be more helpful than stepping back from a situation and discussing potential solutions. I am good at providing support when it's clear that it is what is needed, but the fact that I'm extremely solution oriented, tending try to fix a problem before offering a response mostly about emotional support sometimes ends up making me look less compassionate/passionate than I am and feel internally.
*N.B. While I don't have a primary partner, my preference for poly is not just ideological at the moment. I have a non-local partner of ~7 years standing (who has other partners, including a fiancee), and have been involved in another semi-local relationship for the last half year or so.