None of the gender or sexuality label options on the site feel right to describe me; I don't clearly identify as "straight" or "gay" or "bisexual". If any label could apply, I often feel more like a highly sensual poly grey-A homo-romantic andro than any other sexuality/gender configuration. I'm sorry it's such a mouthful! At this point in my life I am primarily attracted to men and masculine-presenting people, so that is who I am likely to be drawn to or fall for. In any case, you must be queer or queer-friendly and open to sex not playing a part of (or at least not a significant part of) our relationship.
I feel pretty baffled by this whole dating thing. My tendency has been to fall into long-term relationships with good friends, so dating seems like a fairly superficial and inorganic way to build relationships. That said, I've wound up making some dear friends through this site, so it's not all bad :)
I keep having to revise this paragraph to reflect some convergence of what I desire and what I actually have time for. I've read much about polyamoury and it appears to encompass the relationship styles that best fit my desires and my understandings of life and love. Even so, I'm still relatively new to poly in practice. I believe one can love multiple people at the same time; I believe friendships can include varying degrees of intimacy, including romantic, sensual, and/or sexual components; and I believe there are many relationship styles in between and around these that are equally worthy of recognition and respect. More than anything, I am committed to poly's ethical orientation.
I have recently begun coming to terms with the fact that I'm really not all that interested in sex, and am finding reflections of myself in writings by the asexual community. My sex-related answers in the Questions section of the profile might not necessarily reflect this yet.
Though I hesitate to put too much stock in documents that single out one individual as representative of an entire movement or lifestyle, I still find this interview about asexuality to be pretty amazing. The second half, in particular, really speaks to me: http://therumpus.net/2011/08/the-rumpus-interview-with-david-jay-star-of-the-new-documentary-asexual/
This is one of the best pieces I've ever read on polyamoury, and I strongly encourage you to give it a whirl: http://www.makezine.enoughenough.org/newpoly2.html
I should also mention that my politics are pretty anarchistic--I won't stand for any racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, classist, ableist, sizist, or otherwise oppressive "jokes" or comments. That being said, I also recognize that nobody is perfect and that we all make mistakes and errors in judgement--myself included. As someone who is always trying to be a better person, I want to be informed (gently) if I say or do problematic things, and I expect my friends and partners to be equally open to it.