I have a guy (adversecamber) whom I really love. I'm also very close to my roommate and best friend (PennPaul). I'm polyamorous (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyamory). I definitely have time to meet new people, and develop new intimate relationships, but that time is limited; I'd like to think that I could be a wonderful addition to someone's life if they're not specifically looking for more than I'm available to give.
I believe in kindness over rightness. I find that the only people I ever find myself labeling as stupid are people who are dogmatic in their own knowledge to the point of not really being able to consider new information or perspectives. I'm kind of a relativist, but I think more than anything, I believe in nuance. I try not to be too afraid of contradicting myself, because I think that a lot of truth settles in contradiction. Also, sometime I was wrong.
I can be a somewhat abstract communicator. I love it when you like that!
I love to play. I revel in affection and love to give it to people that feel the same way. I could live most of my life either alone, or in some sort of cuddle puddle.
People ask a lot about my preferred gender pronouns: I don't really have any. I identify as male bodied, and with a lot of characteristics culturally asigned to masculinity as well as feminity, so the androgyne label seems to fit. But I'm not very touchy about gender, and I'm very comfy in my body and expression. I think if there were gender neutral pronouns that felt natural to me within the language I would use them, but I have yet too find them (have any ideas?). I just hate the idea of being referred to as a plurality or an object, so other than that: we're cool.
I can be somewhat shy and aloof, but then at other times I'm feisty and puckish. If you treat me with warmth and respect, you're just about sure to get that back in spades.
So go on, say hello if you'd like! I promise I'll only bite as hard as you want me to.