I do a lot of thought experiments... I think I may have a working hypothesis concerning the causation of gravity...
I'm a very smart, talented fellow. I'm a voracious autodidact ~ I'm always reading, usually non-fiction. I love writing and am (yaay!) closing in on publishing my first novel.
If I met someone who was utterly wonderful in every way, but who asked me to remain her's alone, I'd gladly oblige.
That being said, I'm perfectly comfortable with the 'open relationship' concept, though this is more philosophical position than an actual practice for me as yet. To elucidate: I'm an enthusiastic supporter of human freedom, and feel that this freedom should extend to relationships and sexuality. While I'd gladly adopt monogamy upon request for the right lady, I don't want to miss out on meeting someone wonderful who happens to be in an open relationship. As for remaining in an open relationship myself, honestly, sure; but it's not so much a requirement for me.
I've found that a great deal of my highest 'Match %' scores are with Ladies who are in open relationships, and since I wouldn't be bothered by a girlfriend who liked seeing other guys, I didn't want to limit my options.
What else should go here? Oh yes...
I'm an atheist (this was largely accomplished by a cover to cover reading the Bible, namely, 'Numbers 31, 18 - 32' ...)
I have absolutely nothing against you if you're a religious person, but I will (thoughtfully and politely) challenge your beliefs if we start dating.
Physically, I'm a pretty big fellow (I like to call myself a 'barrel' ~ not a 'water balloon'). I have been known to push inoperable motor vehicles out of ditches and snowbanks without assistance.
I am very much a feminist, by the correct definition of the word. As a writer, nearly all of my protagonists have been females. Women are simply more interesting to me.