A more long-winded version:
I'm an extroverted introvert. I like socializing and being by myself equally. Too much of either drives me nuts. I don't talk much when participating in conversations whose subject is unfamiliar, instead I listen and ask questions. When I get onto a subject I know well, it might be hard to shut me up.
I have strong intuition that I fall back on when I can't use my reasoning. Reasoning always gets first dibs.
I believe in common decency, and have developed a touch of misanthropy because of how complicated an idea this is to some.
Neither the threat of hell nor the reward of heaven is necessary for me to be a good person.
I'm totally cool with cis-het male terror that is "the friend zone."
Pertinent: I have a girlfriend of 3 1/2 years. We're polyamorous, though I prefer the term ethical non-monogamy.
There are a lot of misconceptions about poly. We aren't swingers. We aren't roving sexual deviants, most of the time anyway. We believe mature people who are thoughtful, communicative, honest, decent, and respectful are capable of having more than one romantic interest.
More explicitly, ***I'm not looking for a hookup.*** From what I've heard, it practically sounds like every guy is. On behalf of less than shitty men everywhere, I'm sorry for that.