Before going to law school, I spent a lot of time just generally being a "Cool Guy (tm)" (not to be confused with a "Nice Guy (tm)!"). What does this mean? Well, if you asked a middle schooler what was a cool thing to be or do, eventually you would get most of the things I was doing. So, obviously, I was a glam-rock singer in New York City for a while, in addition to doing lots of other semi-professional music things. Obviously. I also taught yoga for a bit, in addition to doing some freelance writing, a very small amount of runway modeling, riding a bicycle across the country, and also taught the LSAT for a bit (okay, not so cool). There are definitely other things I did, but somehow, they escape me at the moment. Now I'm in law school and am decidedly not as cool. But I used to be cool, so, yeah.
I should also probably warn you that I tend not to fit perfectly into the normative "male" category. Not for lack of. . . the equipment?—last I checked I had that. But more importantly, most years I have long hair (not at the moment), I wear makeup with some frequency, I have more sequined clothing than my mother, and I tend to feel more attractive the more "feminine" I appear. So, I often will appear that way—feeling attractive is pretty important!
As to what I'm looking for, I'm honestly rather unsure. I tend to be polyamorous, but I also have a weird philosophical thing where I don't think that there is such a thing as a "normal" monogamous relationship; every relationship involves a degree of negotiation about boundaries, and I tend to set my default a little farther out than most. Of course, this recognition means that—like everything else—this limit is negotiable for me.
I don't know how much belongs on here, especially give that people might find it. But perhaps I should also mention that I tend a little kinky. Maybe a lot kinky. If you need a label, "switch" does pretty well. If this doesn't scare you off, we can talk in more detail elsewhere. And by elsewhere, I really just mean a place where it's not me typing into the void.