I enjoy being active. I am hoping to find someone who will go jogging or walking with me on a regular basis. I can also play tennis or soccer (and I'm quite good at the latter). I'm also interested in martial arts/ kickboxing.
I think it's important to acknowledge the vagueness or indeterminacy of existence, meaning, and truth. Being comfortable with this, but still trying to make sense of it, and still being willing to make a stand on some issues is what I think we can and should do.
I'm an atheist, but I think there's a lot to religion, and I think in atheist sub-culture(s) we should try to see what might be good about various religions, and also to try to understand even what we don't like. Understanding something you don't like is the best way to be able to do something useful about it. The answer - "it (he/she etc.) is just stupid" is usually rather inaccurate, and not a good basis for acting or communicating prudently in a world shared with religious people.
I love film. I am happy to watch films with subtitles. I don't even think about them when I watch movies with subtitles anymore, and I strongly dislike dubbing, even when it's done well. Often you get a really unique or refreshing perspective from foreign films.
I'm not too particular when it comes to music. I'm always interested in hearing something new, but I particularly like ambient music, or music that makes you feel the need to get up and dance depending on my mood. I also like a lot of this new indie synth stuff, especially stuff from the so called "chill wave" sub-genre, like Com Truise, Brothertiger, Small Black, or Neon Indian.
I have realized over the years that I apparently enjoy touch more than the average person, or at least I am more comfortable with it. I'm a very sensual person, who really enjoys giving and receiving massages, cuddling, kissing, etc., but I can also enjoy the rough stuff.
You don't have to be well educated, but you at least need to be smart and interested in general learning.
You can stop reading here if you want, but I'm going to go into more detail on my interest in challenging and deep discussions.
I really enjoy analyzing things, finding interesting insight from what might seem like boring situations, discussing ideas, discussing speculated as well as personal beliefs, that kind of thing. I'm very interested in in science, psychology, philosophy, ethics, politics, art, etc.. I enjoy questioning my own ideas and even my most basic beliefs, and I'm always interested in hearing about interesting evidence and good arguments that might change some of my beliefs or enhance my understanding of the world.
I enjoy using debate as a tool to try to gain a better interpretation of my understanding of the world, to test my ideas, and to help others be able to do the same. I really like it when people are able to make an argument for some position that they don't necessarily believe or disbelieve themselves, but rather for the sake of analyzing ideas together to try to see how well they hold up, to inspire further interesting lines of thought, and to learn more about another person and their ideas.
I really appreciate someone who is both confident in themselves, smart, and respectful, and who desires to find that in others. Along the same lines, such people are likely to have a lot of ambition. I am especially interested in someone like that who is confident and comfortable enough with themselves to desire that in their friends or lovers.
I have a hard time meeting people who I find stimulating in these ways.
I'm always concerned that saying something like this makes me sound arrogant, but I care a lot about other people, and I think being arrogant is about using the excuse that you are smart (or acting like you are) in order to disrespect others, and is probably often related to some kind of lack of comfort with the idea of testing one's own beliefs.
I guess some people are probably just naturally more outgoing than others, while others might naturally be more inclined to keep to themselves. So I don't think everybody ought to be as outgoing as myself in this regard.