On the quantity side, that translates to me being an immortalist. I want to live forever - or at least remove the restriction of an externally determined expiration date. And I think it might be possible with technologies on the horizon; see, for instance, Aubrey de Grey's TED Talks. I think that's really exciting and wonderful!
(And yes, I know the ten or so arguments claiming that death is a blessing, immortality would be a burden, etc. (Yes, about ten or so. It would seem that no one comes up with anything new in this domain.) I'll gladly explain why I feel totally nonplussed by these arguments if you're curious and ask. And you don't have to agree with me for us to get along - but if you totally disagree and are utterly certain of your position, we might have a problem.)
On the quality side, I am very interested in most things. Some of my favorite passions are science and psychology/people - but I spend my time doing a wide range of things. (I'm writing this in a few spare moments before an aerial silks class. Why not?)
I'm very happily married in an open marriage. My wife (alliss91) is and will remain my primary. You'll have to be okay with that! But I do love making new connections and the charge that comes from meeting someone new and exciting.
Honesty and openness form a huge part of how I function. When talking about important emotional stuff like whether a given behavior is okay or not, subtlety, lies, and beating around the bush don't sit well with me. I think it's important to be kind in communications, but I also think it's very important to be straightforward in relationships. Hiding the truth in favor of protecting feelings is a big no-no for me. You won't get that from me, and I ask the same from you.
Some quick psychometrics:
IQ of 140, plus or minus 4 depending on my mental state when taking the test.
Myers-Briggs type: INTJ. I think. I don't actually know the system very well; I'm mostly sharing this for people who love that system. I'm very obviously iNtuitive over Sensing, and also very obviously Judging over Perceiving. I think most people who know me well would say I'm clearly Thinking over Feeling, but I'm less sure. And it's obvious to me that I'm Introverted, but when I take a test I tend to fall slightly on the side of Extraversion (and no, that's not misspelled). The last test I took pinned me as an ENFJ. That is, indeed, one of the handful of descriptions that seems to fit me well. (And yes, there are many that really, really don't!)
Enneagram type: Six with a Seven wing. My instinctual stack seems to be Sexual/Social/Self-preservational. I tend to hover between levels 3 and 5 in terms of Riso/Hudson's Levels of Development. I used to be really into the Enneagram but have been much less enamored of it as of late.