Do you look at a form or social protocol and immediately get flattened by the need to subvert it at any cost?
Do you wish it was okay to create a series of parallel OKC profiles tailored separately to different audiences and to cultivating different sorts of desired relationships?
Do you pause over OKC's gender option and twist yourself in knots trying to weigh whether to focus on how you feel internally (a bose-einstein gender condensate, thanks for asking) versus how you're privileged/situated externally?
I am however not yet settled on a single blueprint for precisely how best to -- while doing the above work -- have money arrive in my bank account and food end up on my table.
I really wish I could get away with replacing my profile here with essays on love, sex, relationships, psychology, communication, desires, etc.
I guess my long-lasting fandoms are: Star Wars, Babylon 5, Firefly, Steven Universe, & the good ship #Korrasami. I currently have very good feelings about Sense8. Beyond that, well, I grew up in a 2nd-wave-feminist bubble -- forbidden from watching any popular media -- so naturally I've made a point to be highly fluent in huge array of films and shows.
These days I listen to a lot of Taylor Swift, Grimes, Lovers Electric, and Chvrches. I like a lot of post-rock too. And I've had longstanding affinities for The Mountain Goats, Crooked Still, Jimmy Eat World, The Goo Goo Dolls, The Taxpayers, and Ike Reilly.
Burritos play a critical role in my life. I make a mean ratatouille and eat indian food on my birthday. I think we should burn down slaughterhouses and support vegan businesses, but I don't think individual consumer choices are ethically relevant as long as the state subsidizes animal products against falling demand and Safeway orders the same amount regardless of what's bought. ...Seems like we moved from talking about burritos to talking about arson pretty quickly didn't we? Well in Germany I once tried to order a burrito from a mexican restaurant and it came with *mayonnaise* in it.
2. My bestie.
3. Hot showers (my replacement for caffeine).
4. My dry erase board.
5. Rain (I'm a native Portlander).
Analytic philosophy, ethics, politics, sociology. Interpersonal power dynamics and the future of spacetime. Feminism, queer theory, social justice, critical race theory, etc and the flows of internet discourse. The current technical/strategic landscape in the cypherpunk war. The current ideological/memetic and social landscape of radical politics (leftist, postleftist, and libertarian). Is this the appropriate place to bury the word "anarchist" for people's searches? Anarcha-anarcho-anarchisty-anarchism-without-adjectives-but-also-a-lot-of-adjectives. Voltairine is my spirit animal.
I wake up each morning with a nagging anxiety about a different sub-realm of knowledge that I haven't sufficiently explored yet. Some days I vanquish this nagging feeling. Some days not.
An extrovert I am no longer. Although I occasionally play one on TV.
Your idea of fun is something like walking around the city excitedly talking about the ethics of time travel.