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27 Bloomington, IN Woman


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  • Ages 18–99
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  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex

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Pansexual, Sapiosexual
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Strictly vegetarian
Other, and very serious about it
Capricorn, and it’s fun to think about
Working on university
Art / Music / Writing
Open relationship
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Has dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Sign Language (Okay)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
If I were to summarize who I am, I would call myself...

A dreamer. Constantly looking to possibilities outside the mundane. A believer in the fantastical and mystical without falling into the traps of superstition and thoughtless whims. Neither am I dictated by the purviews of traditional religion or science, dragged down from wonder by what I should or shouldn't believe according to social climate. I have created my own spirituality, formed out both my intuition and logic, and I am intrigued by various occult philosophies. According to societal labels I could be tagged as an 'eclectic pagan' or even branded as a 'hippie.' I simply look beyond the surface in a personal quest to delve into what's out there. The threads of reality, so to speak. The reason as to why we're here.

A geek. I am inclined towards creative pursuits such as reading (fantasy and sci-fi), writing, and roleplaying, gaming, music, science (especially biology), history, philosophy, and many other things intellectually oriented or pursued by those of the nerdy or geeky persuasion. I am addicted to the internet.

An artist. Becoming a master at art is a dream goal of mine, and I have a long ways to go. I am a digital artist of sorts, drawing fantasy and supernatural characters, sometimes rendering them in 3D and most of the time, painting them into photoshop on my wacom tablet. It is something I highly enjoy and take pride in. Message me and I'll send you a link to my deviantart gallery. Lately, I've been spending countless hours just falling into what I call 'art comas.' Getting paid to do it is absolute nirvana, and I just adore getting my vision for people and places out in visual form. I am also a musician, and while I haven't been focusing on that aspect of my life in a while, I am a highly skilled cellist and pianist in both classical and jazz. I aspire to learn guitar as well. I also write; novels and spiritual ramblings. You can say I'm an artist in many mediums.

Eccentric and shy. I've never gotten along well with people, but not because I'm stand-offish. It's because I'm a very gentle and timid person, and I tend to close up like a little turtle in public. I'm better online, but I've been always extremely nervous around people and as such I stutter and sometimes act strange. It takes some time for me to open up, but once I do I'm highly loquacious and chatty . Despite my problems regarding talking to people, however, I am an extremely good judge of character and I can read people and their personalities almost better they can do so for themselves. I try to be friends with everyone who wishes to reach out to me, but I'm terrible at starting conversations or friendships so it's better if people talk to me first. Keep that in mind if you consider talking to me. I'll open up eventually if you're patient!

I've avoided talking about this on my profile for a while now, but relationship wise, I am polyamorous. I am a free spirit and prefer being able to date freely. Because of this I am open to dates and flings, but only if I've had the chance to clearly talk to my primary partner about it. Keep in mind that this man will always be my primary partner for the foreseeable future, and I will be utterly honest with him. I have no tolerance for cheating of any kind! And I love my partner far too much to hurt him. If you date me, you'll need to acknowledge that you cannot 'make' me monogamous, much like you can't take a fish out of water and expect it to breathe well. If you are interested in triads, aka dating both of us, you can do that too; let me know. It'll just take a lot of communication between all three of us.

I am also pansexual, not really all that picky about gender roles and boundaries. I am mostly experienced with cisgender men, but I will also date girls, transgender or genderfluid people of any type. I am utterly open minded and will never judge you for how you wish to express yourself, be it in life or sexuality. (Unless you're into nonconsent or things that are illegal for a reason, then I won't have anything to do with you) Hint: I'm kinky.

As sexually open as I am however, I would like respect. If you shame me for my differences or try to change me in any way, then I will have nothing to do with you. I do not do well with those who have unyielding conservative mindsets. I will talk to you if you are, but the more rigid your world-view, the less we'll get along. If you're a fellow open-minded individual who wants to explore life and all its possibilities however, feel free to talk to me!
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm interested in graphic design and illustration, so I'm going to college for a Fine Arts degree. Otherwise, I want to be a writer, spread my ideas into the world regarding my unique belief system for the world. Maybe one day I'll write a book or series of books on my thoughts.

Meanwhile, I'm forging ahead in life, working in the family business.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
understanding people. I am empathic and sensitive to others, trying to be a very good friend to those who reach out. I am honest, loyal, and compassionate. I tend to give good advice--at least, people say I do. Like I should be a therapist or something along those lines. I would, if it didn't take all that much school. I also have my own issues to get through!

I'm also talented at art and music and other forms of expression. It's just something I do. I am perceptive and observant to an extreme, and tend to think outside of the box. In fact, I have no idea where the box even is.

Not that this is a talent to be proud of, but I'm also good at creeping people out. I tend to stare past someone's eyes, and absorb the flicker of life around them. Because of that and my quiet nature, I can appear quite aloof.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I am tiny but curvy. Sometimes underweight, but I have a good slender build. Though I am told I have a nice behind.

Then, I have a very unique fashion sense. I tend to wear clothes that are not in style at all. Hand-me-downs, goodwill hauls, things on sale... But somehow I make it work. I tend to go for flowing skirts, sweaters, bohemian prints, with a very elven or 'gypsy' style. I wear too much jewelry as well, in the forms of rings, necklaces and bracelets. I am a lover of shineys, it's not my fault!

I am told, with or without makeup, that I look somewhat otherworldly and intimidating in that way. I am told by many I look like an elf, or some sort of fae. I am perfectly okay with this.

My hair is also unique in the way it is not layered and styled, and very long and naturally straggly. The color shifts in hue occasionally, but I have adopted red hair of various shades. Naturally it's a golden blonde, but being a ginger projects the kind of person I want to be. An open-minded, temperamental oddball with a sensual side.

I am weird and have gotten to the point where I will say things that make absolutely no sense in the context. I am pretty outspoken with my beliefs and while I try to stay tactful, I will inevitably come across with a little bit of assertive, arrogant sass. It works better for me than being shy and awkwardly quiet, but I think I may accidentally annoy people. I have no idea, but at the same time I'm unapologetic for being me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi. H.P. Lovecraft, Michael Moorcock, George R. R. Martin, R.A. Salvatore, William Gibson, and others. Plenty of literature as well. Hermann Hesse, Walter Mosley, Honore de Balzac, George Orwell. And especially the works of Edgar Allen Poe and Shakespeare and Homer. I read a LOT, so it's tricky to put my favorites here. I have so many.

Movies: ...Fight Club. Silent Hill. Lord of the Rings. Then shows. Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, Stargate, Firefly, Breaking Bad, True Blood, Doctor Who, Dexter, Rome, Camelot, Spartacus, Game of Thrones. Then Anime: Cowboy Bebop, Death Note, Hellsing Ultimate, Claymore, Ghost in the Shell, plus others I can't think of.

Music: WAY TOO MUCH MUSIC. Considering I have thousands upon thousands of artists that I like... I'll name main genres. Classical. Jazz. Metal. Industrial. Dubstep. Trip Hop. Music from all cultures and styles and subcultures. Some good/older rap. Everything from Rachmaninoff to John Coltrane to Psyclon Nine to Collide to Megadeth. Seriously, I'm obsessed. I will tell you now I tend to eschew the mainstream, but not in the 'hipster' way. I just like things that are a bit offbeat, and more containing skill, creativity and innovation in sound, than pandering to trends or societal desires. To note, however, I have a few guilty pleasure pop artists that I won't mention here.

Food: I have the strangest diet you could ever imagine, and it works for me well. I'm a vegetarian, so no meat. I also have celiac disease so I like things that have no wheat barley or rye. I eat way too much yogurt and fruit and granola. Berries are crack to me. I am a hippie so most of what I imbibe is organic and pure and wholesome. I'm not sure how people could live on processed junk on a daily basis, as I can't even taste it without grimacing. I live on 'peasant food.' Though occasionally I like a nice gluten-free pizza. I am also a spicy food addict, and strive to work on my 'spiciness tolerance' on a regular basis, sometimes going to the extent of putting a full habanero pepper in my mouth and survive through the sputtering. It's glorious.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Gluten-free food. Again, I have a severe allergy to wheat. Not quite deadly, but I get quite ill if gluten gets in my system. So to be healthy and happy, I need purely non-gluten food. Meat-free, as well, since I am vegetarian.

Caffeine, in the form of pills and tea. I need caffeine to be creative, stay awake in my strange sleep schedule, and not be horribly grumpy. I love tea, too. Tea is the best way to calm myself down, and get myself in a sort of art or writing coma. Mint infusions, fruit-flavored green, and earl grey are my favorites. I'm also in love with chai, both hot and iced.

My computer (and wacom tablet.) The internet is a requirement for my daily human interactions, and I need the computer to do most of my art, since I am a digital artist. Without it, I get quite squirrely, overly talkative... I pace, I rant and I am extremely twitchy. So yes, I must commune with the cyber gods daily.

My musical instruments. Cello and piano in particular. I need them to make beautiful sounds, to get tension out through wailing on a piano etude or calm my spirit by playing a Bach prelude. I adore my piano and my cello both, so having access to them is a must.

My pets. I have a cat and two budgies, and by extension a dog (which is my mother's.) My cat is my source of cuddles during the day, and he provides quirky companionship since he is a rambunctious scoundrel. My budgies, or parakeets, are working in the direction of being tame, and they are a joy to have in my room. They keep me company with their cheerful chirping and their clown-like antics. I need them in my life to stay sane.

This is obvious, but I need my family and my few friends. They mean so much to me and without them, I probably wouldn't be here writing out this profile.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game. and the meaning of it. Whatever I'm geeking out over at the time. I'm constantly working on artistic projects, thinking over events in my RPGs, pondering my pseudo-philosophical ideas and am generally lost in a frenetic spinning cycle of creativity.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Probably in an art coma. That, RPing on an online chat, taking a walk in the dark, daydreaming, huddled in my room enjoying solitude or meditating, reading (I read a LOT), watching anime or catching up on shows, and anything of the sort. I'm not a party-girl so you won't find me at parties or a bar. I'm quite reclusive. I joke, calling myself the 'Ginger Recluse' since I love spiders.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I am a very weird person. I like tentacles.
You should message me if
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You're equally weird and don't mind a somewhat flighty, easily-distracted, kooky individual to talk to. If you have an open mind and a penchant for pseudo-philosophy and geekitude. Or if you're simply wanting company. Anything at all!

I'm here for friends and those of similar interests. I will probably respond if you message, but I prefer lengthier messages about why you're messaging me, so I have a better base on which to respond. I really do want friends, more people to connect to. It doesn't matter where you are or who you are... if you feel we can have a good basis to message from, please send something over!

I'm a little more hesitant about meeting potential partners, however, and prefer to base everything in friendship first. Keep that in mind when you talk to me. I'm not into one-night-stands or 'hookups' but I am okay with more casual intimate relationships. Communication is key.

To note, if all you have to say is 'hi', 'ur hot' or 'wanna hook up' then I will not respond. I don't like small-talk, so prepare something for me to respond to in a more expandable context. It doesn't have to be a novel, but you do have to pique my interest. ;)