People and relationships come first for me. I can pretty much survive anything when I have a strong community around me, but a paper cut will totally ruin my day if I haven't seen another human being for a week.
I'm neither fatalistic nor naive: I don't think that saying, "The world is a pretty screwed up place" is inherently depressing or cynical, but I do think that saying "...and there's nothing we can do about it, it's human nature, so fuck it, who cares?" is very depressing and cynical.
I'm increasingly confident about sharing the things I care about most. Along those lines, allyship is important to me, and if your profile says you categorically won't date folks who are trans/POC/fat/HIV+/etc., then you're not going to date me either. I will check your match questions. I'm a Radical Queer and aspiring feminist/antiracist, though tons of people claim those labels without earning them; so, I'm not saying any of that to be self-congratulatory, just to give you a sense of what I'm about.