I'm currently 21, in my second year of studying Psychology and French at UWA, and planning to do post-grad in secondary teaching.
I've spent a lot of time contemplating my identity, and consider myself an agendered, panromantic demisexual.
I spend a lot of my time either at uni, studying, gaming, or badly attempting to teach myself piano/keyboard.
My hobbies include dancing like a spazz, gaming, and dancing a little more coherently. I also like to run around a lot. And probably have undiagnosed ADHD or something.
I'm usually very shy when I first get to know people, or in crowds with people I don't know. I'm constantly socially awkward.
I love sappy romance. I love cuddles, kisses and slow dancing. I love puppies, kittens and ducks. I love water. I love most music, especially jazz, pop and alternative. I love people who love to break boundaries. I love my friends. I love being weird. I love weird people. I love losing myself in the music at a nightclub. I love rain, cold and winter. I love storms. I love manga and anime. I love my parents. I love identifying as queer and everything it involves. I love movies. I love languages. I love watching the interaction between people. I love PDAs (in moderation). I love dancing.
I hate people who chew with their mouth open. I hate narcissism. I hate people who abuse and/or flaunt their priveleges over others. I hate the gender binary. I hate heat and summer. I hate typing this, as I feel like even now, it's still biased and wrong.
I'm also incredibly shy around strangers. I rarely start conversations. I'm more of a listener than a speaker.
I'm a serious relationship kind of person. I'm not a big fan of short term relationships, flings or one night stands. I get emotionally attached to people fairly easily, and fall in love rarely, but quickly.