I'm a shy but friendly fellow with a love of language, philosophy, comedy, semiotics, silliness, animals, music and lemon-flavoured desserts.
I love games of all kinds, board, card, video (particularly RPGs and anything with a good story). If you wanna play, say hi! I'm an unabashed fan of Pokemon.
I'm a very political person, though not as involved as I used to be. I've found myself here in Hereford after living in Cardiff most of my life, so I am adjusting to living in a much smaller and less accessible place!
I am married. My wife is here too, say hello: @_Delarie. I met her on this site nearly five years ago, which shows that this sort of thing works. I've also made some good friends here, and am eager to make more connections of any and all kinds. Well, positive kinds at least; I'm not in the market for a nemesis. That position is already filled.
As a couple, we're entirely in love, but not necessarily monogomous. My wife has a girlfriend, a separate relationship from ours, and we are both open to dating and exploring poly relationships together or separately as well as new friendships. We're both quite shy people though; we're not crazy party animals or anything. I would like to stress that just because I speak to you, does not necessarily mean that I am hitting on you. I am primarily here to find new friends.
A word on gender; Okcupid has recently introduced many new options for inputting one's gender. While this is generally a good thing, I am postgenderist and I don't accept any gender labels (including the traditional ones). 'Masculine' and 'Feminine' are arbitrary social constructs and I believe that gender politics is best off discarding these concepts entirely. It says above that I'm male. That's a biological truth, but entirely meaningless as far as I am concerned. You can call me whatever you want, as long as you're nice. Or at least creative.
Of course, I'm a feminist. It's not at all incompatible with postgenderism; as I always say, feminism isn't a gender issue; it's an issue with other people's gender issues.
Pomosexual, I guess.