Am usually more loyal than what's good for me - and hope to make more friends sharing this problem.
Most importantly: I am queer as fuck and so are many of my best friends.
I identify as bisexual/pansexual, but I have a tendency towards women and other persons with certain personality traits that are commonly viewed as feminine, and have recently been so picky with guys I am strongly considering dropping my identification with bisexuality in favor of "homoflexible" lesbian.
It's just... I guess I don't really trust guys anymore. Which is unfair to the few all-right guys out there, but I prefer happiness over millimetre-justice.
I identify as female, but coming from the same planet as David Bowie, Tilda Swinton and PJ Harvey I have an androgynous body and generally do not act or appear ultra-feminine except for special occasions. I still embrace a few traits commonly viewed as masculine. Very few, though.
I would be browsing okcupid primarily for new friends, and then the opportunity for more than friendship is a concern for later. I am polyromantic and I see a girl currently, but she has someone already and it's more of a really close friendship. We are both prepared that we may have to take a break - possibly indefinitely - if I meet someone amazing who needs that.