I am a bisexual, polyamorous, pagan (but skeptical) male looking for (preferably local) friends of any gender (and I do recognize the distinction between sex and gender, which is why I don't say "either" implying only two choices) for hanging out, dating, or whatever.
I have been married to the lovely and talented peachesnjasmin for 16 years, and she fully supports the possibility of my finding additional relationships, FWB, hook-ups, etc. This is not cheating; it is ethical non-monogamy. And, to be clear, I am looking for myself only. We are not on the hunt for a "hot bi babe to complete our family". If it happens that we find someone (guy or gal or other) interested in both of us, then that's what happens. But by no means is it expected.
Mainly, I'm just out to have fun and whatever happens, happens. I'm not looking for love, necessarily, but I'm not avoiding it either. I tend to take a very casual approach to relationships. I really enjoy just having friends to hang out with, talk to, that kind of thing -- and if an intimate relationship of some sort develops along the way as well, that's even better.
I'm something of a a massive geek, I admit. I'm a computer programmer, a science fiction fan, a tabletop gamer, and (along with my wife and her hetero-life-mate) co-owner of a GLBT-focused erotic romance micropublisher called Storm Moon Press. I enjoy renaissance faires, can name all the captains from Star Trek in chronological order, know the difference between a success and a critical hit, and can explain the significance of both the number 19 and the number 42.
Which is not to say that I require such of anyone I'm friends with, just that they are tolerant if I "geek out" once in a while if something triggers it while we're hanging out.