I have a lot of interests; I'm very horizontal, it generally takes a while for people to really get a sense of who I am or what I want in life.
A friend of mine recently told a lover that I "(am) many things. But if (I'm) one thing, (I'm) com-pli-ca-ted." When I heard this, I shrugged a retort. "I'm not complicated, I'm sophisticated..." but really, I knew he was right.... I tend to prefer spectrum to binaries and broad connections to in depth focus, though I probably approach my most technical processes from the opposing position (I'll read a lyric out loud 50 in a row). I tend to think of things on a grey-scale; I'm not a black or white kind of guy, at all.
...I love semicolons.
I'm polyamorous (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polyamory) and while I find polyamory to be a beautiful and fulfilling challenge, it is also just that: a challenge. I'm currently putting the bulk of my romantic energy in the this amazing guy (adversecamber). And trying to redefine my relationship with the other most important guy in my life (PennPaul who is also amazing, you should check him out if you like them taller, and hairier). Did I mention this was difficult? Loving people is such hard work...
If you believe deep down that the only valid romantic relationships are those between two monogamous life partners, please spare us both a little heart ache and don't get romantically involved with me.
I've adopted the term homoflexible to describe my attraction deally thing. Somehow, OKC hasn't thought to make that an option yet. Strangely enough, since I started thinking more about my attraction towards women, I've lost my gay super powers and have a much harder time approaching them sexually. But I'm a little shy at first in general.
I can be quite reserved at times, but then at other times (or with certain people) I'm totally disarmed, and then sometimes I'm a quirky Puck. Some times I use other words. Sometimes you feel like a nut... I tend to approach friendships with a great deal of honesty and openness, but I'm not always very forward. I think this is morphing a bit as I adapt to life in NYC.