I like getting to know people. I'm polyamorous and at any given time, I'm ethically involved in multiple friendships and relationships of different levels of intimacy. I like chatting and establishing friendships and acquaintanceships on OKC. I'm a high up there extrovert and I like having many interactions. I moved from Syracuse, NY to Seattle early in May 2015 and I live with Bugsy718, my domestic partner. I'm originally from Brooklyn and since I arrived in the Pacific Northwest, I've noticed that I say things like "coffee" and "orange" differently than everyone around me.
OKC has worked out pretty well for me over the years; I have a bunch of ongoing friendships initiated by OKC contacts. That has given me reason to believe in the power of OKC's majestic matching Q&A algorithm. If we match highly, we'll definitely be capable of worthwhile conversation and meaningful interaction. It works for me because that's what I'm most interested in finding in new connections.
I like finding kindred spirits... Liberal, free-loving, a little weird, nerdy, funny, mischievous, intellectual, artistic, sex-positive, scientific thinking, gender-defying, music-loving, geeky, healthy lifestyle, feminist, athletic, personable, fabulous, passionate, skeptical, more loyal to the LGBT world than the straight world, non-conforming, non-religious, righteous friends. When I meet other people like that, we're almost guaranteed to enjoy each other's company no matter what.
Although I'm a highly sexual person and I'm non-monogamous, I'm really only interested in connecting sexually when I have a certain level of mutual interest with someone... I'm just putting it out there that this isn't a vehicle to manifest sexual encounters. When I meet new people, I'm not creepy gunning to get laid.
If you relate to Amanda Palmer's Do it with a Rockstar video and understand why it's a sad song, we'll love each other.