"Modesty is dangerous" if we are going to change things in this troubled world we need to know each others strengths and weaknesses. Modesty is a cultural filter which blocks real communication. We don't have to be arrogant or brash, but let's not hide what we think is true about ourselves.
I identify as a propagandist, I am in the business of changing peoples minds about host of topics from sharing to nuclear power to intentional communities to transformational festivals to polyamory. But if you are not already identified as poly, you should probably jump to another profile, because I am wasting your time.
I've done a number of things most people don't do. I have hitchhiked on sailboats across the Pacific, danced atop Russian tanks, smuggled Tibetan monks across the Himalayas, worked on the North Slope of Alaska for an oil company (which I now regret), worked on ocean engineering in Hawaii, fought nuclear power plants in 6 countries in Eastern Europe, and taught a classes on how to design revolutions for high school students.
I am one of three parents in a polyamorous family. I have several girlfriends, who know and like each other. I have lived at Twin Oaks Community for 15 years (see www.twinoaks.org) and have just recently also joined Acorn Community (see www.acorncommunity.org) as a dual member with Twin Oaks. These are income sharing egalitarian intentional communities, which i think are pretty cool.