I am analytical, ambitious, altruistic, and alliterative.
(Alternative) Scientific, Humanitarian, Übermensch
TL;DR version of my profile, my interests in no particular order are as follows:
Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Psychology, Sociology, Philosophy, Politics, Economics, History, Linguistics, Anthropology, Social Justice, Ecology, Permaculture, Engineering, Technology, Futurism, Primitivism, Transhumanism, Anti-Religion, Video Games, Reading, Writing, Debate, Teaching, Movies, TV, Music, Military, Social Justice, Sexuality, Drugs, Firearms, Medicine, Magic the Gathering, Volunteer work, Body art, Anarchism, Socialism, Exercise, Physical outdoor activities excluding sports, Spending time with people, Helping people.
For a list of what kind of people I'm interested in, see the "You Should Message Me If" section. Dislikes are in the "I spend a lot of time thinking about" section
I greatly enjoy thinking and intellectual discourse. I am constantly trying to improve myself and help others. I don't care about the past beyond the lessons which can be gleaned from it. I have strong views on most subjects and love talking with people. I am an everchanging person for the better as new information becomes available and as I go on my adventure through the universe and making mistakes, I use every opportunity I can to learn and grow as a person. Consequently, it'd be difficult to get bored of me as I'm very fluid. To know me is to talk to me often, as my thoughts, ideas, and experiences may never cease changing. However, I always know exactly who I am and what I want out of life, even if that changes slightly.
Philosophies, concepts, and worldviews I subscribe to, identify with, or receive inspiration from: Stoicism, Determinism, Naturalism, Materialism, Rationalism, Secular Humanism, Utilitarianism, Master Morality, Übermensch, Kantian Moral Philosophy, Eudaimonia, Utopia, Ásatrú
Always had very radical views, recently discovered Anarchism as an ideology and Anarcho-Communism specifically, though frustratingly I came to very similar conclusions on my own years ago before I knew about anarchism as an ideology and was intending on writing a book. Seems pointless now and that saddens me because I felt a lot of my ideas were unique. I have a lot to say, though people probably don't want to read it here.
I think the roles of any human organization (in lieu of government) should be:
• Manage resources sustainably
• Manage quality of life - Ensuring all citizens have education, health care, food, water, and housing.
• Maintain and organize infrastructure - transportation, manufacturing, agriculture, healthcare.
• Rehabilitate those who engage in non-consensual violence
• Protection from war
• Informing public with objective journalism
• Safeguard environment and ecosystems
• Organize and provide resources for scientific research
• Assist in integration of immigrants
• Maintain population control if resources cannot comfortably accommodate growth
• Eliminate corruption within system and regulation of all systems
I am all for intersectionality but not through feminism because I view feminism strictly as a movement for women's liberation and ending oppression against women. I am not against feminism and have no ill will toward feminists, but I don't think women have a monopoly on being oppressed and that every group's struggle should be appropriated by feminism. I prescribe to humanism to fight all forms oppression against all groups. I actively make an effort to be careful with my language and give others a platform to speak, and correct those who use oppressive language, however I am not aggressive about it which means I won't be condescending to people as I correct their ignorance.
My mother is a very dark skinned Native American woman, my sister is half Qatari, and my brother is half Japanese and my extended family has much racial diversity as well. Race issues are very important to me and I do not tolerate racism. While I typically benefit from white privilege on a day-to-day basis, I'm still biracial and my Native heritage is a part of who I am even if I "pass" as white.
Got a profile here, social networking site for anarchists and other radicals to meet, chat, share ideas and media/culture.
Pansexual but do not find most men attractive. Prefer femininity in males.
Kinsey scale 2.
I enjoy certain aspects of kink, but it's not a big part of my life.
Enjoy feeling of both dominance and submission
Genderqueer and/or Genderfluid, I never felt very attached to my identity as male, but I usually present myself as male for convenience and because I've been socialized as male, though sometimes I will act or appear feminine or androgynous. Use whatever pronouns you like, though if I'm presenting myself as female I'd rather be referred to as female.
Polyamorous is what's convenient for me at the moment, I'm open to monogamous relationships, but I won't jump into them and my standards are significantly higher.
Very high sex drive.
I feel very strongly that people shouldn't have sex with people they don't respect and it should happen in the absence of social pressure, coercion, obligation, and transaction; with clearly established consent
Would like to have children (via surrogate mother if necessary) after I get my college degree. It's far enough away to where I don't really think about it often.
I'm hypothetically open to casual sex, but I don't list myself for it because it causes more (sometimes hetero) cismen who don't read my profile to send me inane messages. I like androgynous and effeminate men who are hairless and not heavier than me, if you're a guy and that doesn't describe you don't message me!
ENTP describes me extremely well regardless it might be pseudoscience or not, the description of ENTP is a very close description of me.
IQ 130-145+, plan on taking a more formal test and joining MENSA
I tend to obsess over things (not people) for hours, sometimes days and forget about other things. Hard for me to focus when I'm alone.
420 and other drug friendly as long as it's not abuse/addiction. I like to enjoy a psychedelic once every few months and I drink alcohol maybe twice a month.
Balance of Egotism and Egalitarian. I sometimes appear egotistical, but it's more of a joke to be than anything else. I tend to put others needs well being above my own. As my exposure to radical politics increases, my ego has been shrinking more and more, but I still value myself equally.
Friendly and very energetic.
Very extroverted and enjoy spending time with and meeting new people, but not very outgoing. I'm conscious of how I appear to others, and avoid making others uncomfortable.
I'm easy to draw into a debate despite it not being my preferred method of exchanging thoughts and ideas.
I can be absent minded sometimes and not pay attention to certain details.
The only meat I typically eat is chicken, so I'm a pollotarian. It's not a moral imperative for me and pushing any dietary habits on others would be imperialistic and ethnocentric.