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24 M Richmond, IN

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  • Ages 20–30
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  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Sep 16
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Agnosticism, and somewhat serious about it
Gemini, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from masters program
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Mostly non-monogamous
Has a kid
English (Fluently), French (Okay), Latin (Okay), Dutch (Poorly), Japanese (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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Hello and welcome to my evil lair! If you're considering me as a reasonable prospect for your nefarious plans, then please, read on.

I will place my disclaimer here, for your benefit, that I am rather verbose: I like to talk a lot. So if you're not a fan of reading, then I suggest a light skimming to clue you in to the major details.

I am 23 years old, pansexual, have a three year old son, and not just a Bachelor's but now also a Master's degree! I'm also polyamorous, but now I'm single and separating from my wife. So for the immediate time being, I'm not really looking for something long term--considering I'm coming out of a nine year relationship.

I'm an ivory tower academic and rather proud of it. I am an intellectual, a poet, and a cartographer. If you'd like to see one of my papers, poems, or maps I'd be more than happy to show you (as you'd be the first person to ever show any interest in them).

My major in undergrad was history, with a focus on the British Empire, and my minor was medieval studies, often focusing on medieval England. My master's program was an 11-month intensive program specialized in pedagogy, the study of teaching. I will be a licensed history teacher for secondary education (5-12) as of May, and look forward to teaching world history to some eager young minds (definitely unreasonable optimism).

You're eyes are not mistaking you, I am a burn victim. I was burned in a fire back in 1992 when I was two years old and the burns cover around 63% of my body. Because this question is asked of me all the time: no, I have a fully functioning penis as evidenced by the fact that I have a son.

I find it interested that my voice sits somewhere between a baritone and a tenor as the pitch in which I'm speaking often reveals my mood. My higher pitches, closer to tenor, are often utilized for normal conversation or laughter while my lower pitches, closer to baritone, are often reserved for my primal emotions: lust, anger, etc.

I'm not spiritual in any traditional sense of the word. I'm an atheistic-agnostic, meaning I don't know if a higher being(s) exist(s), but I tend to be skeptical on the matter.

I'm a rather fluid person and enjoy a whole assortment of genres of music, movies, books, and other assorted cultural phenomena. I cannot be defined by one single musical taste or interest in a genre of movies.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I'd like to be a history professor at a small university, but that may be a path that is indefinitely on hold for the time being. I'm currently a history teacher for secondary education (grades 5 through 12), and a damn fine one if I say so myself.

I'm in the process of trying to figure out just what the hell I want out of life in terms of relationships. I've got my career all squared off and I'm steadily chugging away at it, but I just want to find a woman who I can fall asleep next to cuddling. I want to come home from a hard day at work and have dinner ready or the dishes done. I want to feel excited by my lover, significant other, primary, whatever it is I end up deciding on.

I'm also trying to be a good father to my son. I don't want him to look back and hate me for years we missed out on with one another. I don't want him to think of me as I thought of my biological father while growing up.

So what am I doing? Keeping on, keeping on.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Doing my best! Seriously, I'm a fucking workaholic: grade A. Who turned in their final paper a month and a half early in college? This guy. Who started working on his retirement fund 40 years early? This guy. Who knew he was going to be getting at least one Master's degrees back in the 10th grade? This guy.

Probably because of this, I'm also really good at sucking at my social life. I haven't kept a solid friendship since high school because I've been so focused on providing for my family and getting my education. I'd like to see you work a full-time 3rd shift job, go to school when you get off work at 8am till 4pm, come home and do dishes, play with your kid for an hour, finally go to sleep at 6-7pm and then wake up at 9pm to go to work FOR A YEAR! Oh yeah and maintain a two relationships at the same time. You find somebody who can do that, introduce me to her, we're soul mates! lol

I'd also like to think that I'm a rather decent poet. For example, as I borrow some old material:

Many years has it been,
Since I last could breathe,
Yet tonight's centerpiece,
Brought no thought to grieve.

Forever why must I ask,
Questions eternal?
Forsooth I know it as the Truth,
Worthy to be journaled.

Dared my hand to brush her skin,
And joy was my reward.
Dared I did to kiss her cheek,
And now it seems to be accord,

"Exploratory is natural,
When you seek to care.
Yet diving in with no fear,
Only with no love to dare."

So said she, and mote it be,
With certainly no objections from me.


That could be you someday! (wiggles eyebrows)
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I don't know, you tell me. :)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Speaker for the Dead by Orson Scott Card
Movies: James Bond maybe?
Show: Tenchi Muyo or Code Geass (animes)
Music: Third Eye Blind or Lifehouse
Food: Spicy!!!
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
After a long consideration, I have looked at this list and come to the following conclusion:

I will not list the things that I could never do without, that I would always need, because I'd like to think that my 'soul', if you will, is versatile enough to survive any deprivation even if there are things which my body could not survive without.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The future. What to do. What I wish I were doing. What could have been should the fancy take me.

I also am immersed in the past, since thinking about it is my chosen profession. History and the Past, how queerly inseparably different terms.

Why I bother to write long in-depth messages laying out my thoughts and feelings in an attempt to engage in conversation only to be answered with a visit to my profile and the awkward silence that follows. Something as mundane as saying 'I'm not interested' is more courteous than that silent glance of 'what the fuck are you looking at?'

I also wonder why so many of you seem to want something 'interesting' to happen as opposed to something 'good'. I mean, yeah, it'd be pretty interesting to have x, y, or z happen, but doesn't the premise of the question therefore mean that interesting is not necessarily good? It's like playing the lottery, 'interesting...oh please land on interesting! Crap...I'm going to die from swallowing too many bees at the Taj Mahal.'

I also wonder why I feel the need to include other people in on my private conversations with myself. -.-

Just saying... :D
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Youtubing. Grading. Relaxing quietly while listening to a very wide range of music.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Ask me. Talk to me. I will hide nothing for I am ashamed of nothing.
You should message me if
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You want to talk to me.
You have something interesting to say.

I don't know the parameters of why you should message me! What do I look like? A pumpkin? ...Really? Well message me if you think that I look like a pumpkin then...
(before you scoff at this odd message, I did receive a message describing me in one of my pictures as how I "looked just like a pumpkin"...I'm still not sure if I should be insulted...)