I'm not your stereotypical gay boy. I don't like random sexual escapades. I'm not 'Masculine', yet not 'Feminine' either. I like romance movies and listen to music artists like Lorde, Ellie Goulding, Imagine dragons, and Avicii occasionally. I also happen to enjoy my dubstep and movies of the horror and thriller variety. I like the rain on my face and the wind in my hair. I 90% of the time have my headphones either on me or with me. I don't like sports and go out to clubs once in a blue moon. I like italian food and have a slight preference for cats over dogs.
What I'm looking for
I'm looking for someone that I can be myself with. I want a guy that cares about me and is not just using me to uphold some image they have of themselves. I want to smile. I want to be able to have conversations and comfortable silences. I want them to be them. I want to feel a connection. Slightly romantic. Cuddles. Sex that doesn't boil down to become a routine. Someone who realizes living right now in this moment is just as important. Someone who can communicate and listens when I'm trying to communicate with them.
I believe in love. I believe in myself when it comes right down to it. I believe that there's a lot that we don't know and that we never will. I believe that we shouldn't force our beliefs on others. Beliefs are simply different perspectives tackling the same problems.
Thoughts on the 'system'
If I've taken anything from University as I'm nearing the end of my degree it's how little I really know. I've always had the feeling that the 'system' was... in short ****ed up. Everyone's too caught up in their own little worlds while the government and powerhouses that have more money than they know what do with manipulate, control, and dominate. Sounds bitter and pessimistic and honestly who am I to say it's not. The sinking feeling that the human race and therefore it seems the world is doomed just gets clearer (although the world will go on without us). Whether it's the sun blowing up, global warming, an outbreak, or something unforeseen all I can do is make the best of the time I have and hope that the silly faith I have that there's hope for us yet counts for something.