Hello, random internet stranger! Pleased to meet you.
I’m trans. For those of you who don’t know what that means, I’d be happy to teach you the basics, and for those of you who know what it means in a general sense but not in my specific case, feel free to ask, I’m generally open to questions.
Stuff a friend insisted I put in here: I have a strange sense of humor. I’m extremely kind until given a reason not to be (but not naive, either). I can be very stubborn when I want to be (which is often). I’m incredibly logical and really good at talking things out during difficult emotional times.
My sexuality is... complicated. I can say definitively that I am not interested in anyone who identifies as male romantically, even just partially (which is to say: cis male, trans male, bigender, or genderfluid than occasionally goes to any of those mean no, but androgyne/agender/most other genders are fine). I can never pin down my sexuality perfectly; I'm borderline asexual and yet I wouldn't use the word to describe myself because I still experience physical attraction. I just don't care much about the act itself, and would have absolutely no qualms with a sexless relationship (as long as it was understood and agreed upon going into it).
I am a nerd, and I make no apologies (because I would rather fight the dumb sexist nerds than distance myself from my interests because of them). This goes for video games (I play pretty much everything except sports and racing games, and there are some exceptions there, usually containing the word ‘Mario’), math (I didn’t spend four years getting a sheet of paper saying I’m good at math for nothing), history (a bit of everything- and this ties into the video games part, Paradox is my favorite publisher), and politics (because raaaaar politics).
On the note of politics, I am highly progressive- and I use the term progressive because the word ‘liberal’ means something completely different in the US than it does literally everywhere else. Don’t get me started on that, because I’ll start rambling about American political history. While I’m open to talking and debating with anyone, if you’re on the right either economically or socially I don’t think we’ll get along well enough for anything more than casual conversation (though if you're on the right socially chances are you wouldn't talk to me except to condemn me to begin with).
Also, in case it isn't obvious, I'm a feminist, and if you find the word at all offensive, please don't bother me.