I get happy-hormones (!) doing things like learning about the bay area, bike riding for transportation, kundalini yoga and iconoclastic actions. Schedule tetris turns me on...until it doesn't. I love playing with games like tarot and astrology for therapeutic, theatrical and political purposes.
I identify as genderqueer. At this time in my life it's not a central part of my identity, but it's there. I use the pronouns he/him/his. I'm kinda hairy--generally something seen as masculine, probably since cissexual guys like me tend to be more likely than many to grow hair. Like many of the Cockettes, I love my hair. There's a huge industry for "female" hair removal. Why? Why is long, lustrous head-hair generally seen as feminine, but hair on 98% of the rest of the body is masculine? A relatively short time ago, our species was all hairy.
I like questioning, redefining and inverting gender roles, but I don't believe they're a big constructed sham or a fixed identity that never changes. Have you heard of Julia Serano's intrinsic inclination model for gender identity? One might say that I'm "male-inclined."
I like calling myself queer since as an umbrella term it can build solidarity, but I also think specificity is helpful: I've mostly dated female-assigned folks and I'm mostly attracted to femme, female-assigned folks.
Speaking of umbrella terms, I am polyamorous in my dating relationships and use poly as an umbrella term like queer or genderqueer. How I understand and use the word poly has changed a lot over the past decade or so and keeps changing. I have Good Crazy dreams of living in an elegant, mutually supportive system of friends, lovers, partners, allies and collaborators that lives and grows with its members. I'm not interested in dating anyone monogamously.