Hey everyone! I've moved back to the Philly area after an extended disappearing act, and I don't really know anyone anymore. Life is boring without friends! I like people who are rational about others and insane regarding themselves. People who would never intentionally hurt someone else, but would happily have an adventure at great personal risk. I'm also a huge fan of people who geek out about stuff - I love to hear people talk about their passions, regardless of what they are.
So I've noticed that the "percentage match" thing has some serious flaws. First off, how do I have five pages of unacceptable answers with someone it gives me a 96% match to? I've found some people in the 70-range that I thought were pretty cool, and people in the mid-90's that I'm sure I couldn't stand. Weird.
Also, there's some weird disconnects. Like, if someone thinks beards are ugly, that only compares to whether I THINK beards are cool or ugly, not whether I actually have a beard. Etc.
To be clear: I have a fiancee. She is awesome. We play well with others, so to speak. We also play independently, and date others, though we both remain each other's primary, and that isn't likely to change. So if any of that is bothersome to you, I'm still more than happy to chat in a friendly manner! And if that is a good thing in your eyes, then by all means, message away!
Also, something I've noticed: if you "identify as a Feminist" (capital F) we aren't likely to get along. If you actually ARE a feminist (lower-case F) instead of just "identifying" as one, then we'll get along great. In other words - if you think that feminism means equal rights for all and that women should be allowed to do as they please independent of the whims of anyone else, male or female, then you're awesome. If you say the word "patriarchy," though - ugh. There, that should eliminate about 80% of the people on here. :)
So, in conclusion, just everybody message everybody else and start conversations. Heck, even getting into an argument with someone is probably more fun than staring at percentages, right?