I will not message you first. I'm very very good at convincing myself people don't like me. If you dig me, let me know.
If we have over a 80% match, chances are you should message me.
If you're into not being a bad person and checking your privilege but also don't take the world too seriously, you should probably message me.
If you're a stand up comedian probably don't message me.
Currently partnered and not particularly looking.
Bit of a difficult thing to say. I'm I suppose what the stereotype would call quirky. I like Joss Whedon and do slam poetry, and listen to mainstream "indie" and read too much and live on the internet and all that. I think that's a rather dull class though, don't you? Anyone who can be so easily summed up is probably boring, and I like to think I am not boring.
For the sake of the Internet however, and for the sake of communicating the complexity of a person via the page:
I like to phrase it like this: I like a lot of things and get nerdy about a lot of things. I get passionate.
I am always in the active process of decolonizing my mind and breaking free of societal structures and biases I have. Let me know if I upset or offend you.
Queer is a better word than bisexual for me.
I'm currently focusing on two of my passions, studying the human mind and process, both as a human biology and psychology student, and as an endless observer and listener. And education, in helping run a sex ed centre.
I'm a strong personality. I make myself known, and I'll converse with you and do a bit of debating. I like hearing opinions and having my mind changed. I will call your bluffs and catch your shit and be a bit of a brat, know its for the sake of learning, both about the topic and about you.
There's not much I like more than learning a new person.
I like educating and learning and being told new things and being corrected.
I like listening to slam poetry that makes me want to destroy everything I've ever written.
I like to write everything I've ever destroyed.
I like walking around the city and feeling that buzz of possibility.
I'm a work in progress.
I gave up a long time ago on being aloof.
The main thing is I try not to take myself too seriously. I can be very silly and that's important to me.
I love thinking about how people work and I love stories and factoids more than I love history. I love clothes that you can feel the owner on and abandoned journals and old pictures.
I like abandoned buildings and full bars and anything an everything that screams it's personality.