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. 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 orientation. I use poly as an umbrella term like queer or genderqueer. 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.