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.
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 many other things—this limit is negotiable for me.
I don't know how much belongs on here, especially given 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.
Also: sometimes radical, always feminist.
Also, wearing glasses and slowly growing my hair back out (but maybe cutting it again too?).
Or y'know, fill in the blank with some other famous person with a similar hair cut (Jim Morrison, Mick Jagger, Neil Gaiman, etc. all come up pretty often).
If Colin Meloy recorded a version of "I Kissed A Girl" it would actually sound like one of his songs.
Either that or that I'm current GMing a series of one-shot Tabletop RPGs using a home-brewed system based on a major anime/manga. I wrote a 30-page player's handbook.
You use em and en dashes—or really any form of less common punctuation—correctly.
You recognize that the sentence above is kind of funny coming from someone who adores Joyce.
You have weird hair.
You have well thought out opinions on how to formally address a dominant partner. Or you want to share an unusual title you've used.
You have strong opinions on, well, anything.
You are aware of how awesome bees are.
Also: you found a typo or error in my profile. That shit's embarrassing and I would like to fix it.