I'm also nonmonogamous, and tend to be very affectionate. I have a number of partners spread all over the place, though since moving back to NH in December I've developed a primary partnership with one of my farm coworkers who is new to polyamory.
Looking to find some queer/queer friendly community!
I grew up on the NH seacoast with older and not very outdoorsy parents, so I haven't explored the granite state as much as I'd like. There's nothing like running around in the woods.
At some point in my life I'd really love to live on a self-sustaining commune/co-op/intentional community/artist collective of sorts. I've been offered the opportunity to start my own microdairy back in my hometown, so that's a possibility for the near future...
I also have dreams of being a voice actor or queer porn star... But I haven't been actively pursuing those things. Though I have had the "model for us" page on crashpad open for many months now. Let's get naked and be queer on camera together? Thinking about making some extra money camgirling (road trip/tattoo fund?). I think about doing a lot of things... Non-creepy encouragement welcome!
Kissing, so I'm told.
Making weird faces and sound effects.
Picking up accents.
Making friends with animals.
Being shy and awkward.
Being sociable when drunk.
Being easily entertained.
Running around in the woods.
Cooking and baking (especially apple pies).
Giving massages, though it'd be nice to get some in return every so often.
Forgetting all sorts of shit.
Being a space cadet.
Using a lot of elipses...
Living in the moment.
Things I'm terrible at:
Making small talk.
Recalling memories on command.
Staying in touch with people.
Or maybe it's my swooshy blonde hair. Please play with it.
Movies: Blues Brothers, Dragonheart, Inglorious Basterds, Children of Men, Labyrinth, Hanna, Donnie Darko, Blade Runner, Serenity, Rang De Basanti, Matilda, The Princess Bride, Lion King, Akira, Princess Mononoke, Silence of the Lambs, Rocky Horror. I have a hard time watching horror movies... but I'm always down for nature documentaries!
Shows: I hardly watch TV. If I have access to cable I jump to the cooking channels. Other than that I've been keeping up with Archer (which I hated the first time I tried to watch it). Sometimes I watch Adventure Time or anime. Not really one who follows shows without another person being like "omg you have to watch this with me"...
Music: I listen to just about anything, though it does depend on my mood. Classical, heavy metal, jazz, r&b, hipster indie shit, hip-hop, folk, old stuff, new stuff, whatever. I like to sing along to the country station in the car. I promise I won't make you listen to anything to don't want to...
Food: I'm not very picky, but I AM a food snob. I'm a sucker for good food. I love animals and I also love to eat them (preferably humanely and locally raised), although I respect those who don't. Hoping to raise a few sheep this year!
I am (sadly) allergic to mangos and cashews. They're related to poison ivy. Grr.
-friendly critters (mine or otherwise)
-a well-stocked kitchen
How to not be socially awkward around people I think are cute...
All the things I should be doing instead of sitting on my ass.
Nothing. I'm usually just observing and appreciating the things I see. Semi-constant state of Zen. Semi-nonverbal visual creature.
My privilege. Liberation and oppression.
Evolution. As in, why creatures are the way they are, homologies, etc. Not whether or not it's a real thing.
Why things work the way they do.
How beautiful the clouds/mountains/bit of lichen etc. are at the time.
How to be a better person/friend/partner.
If you want to get together and chat about queer things, food, science, growing vegetables, animal husbandry, art, polyamory, social justice, etc. —SWEET DO IT. I like meeting new people!
I have a bias for good spelling and grammar which I'm working on deconstructing.
Racists, Sexists, Homophobes, etc need not apply. On the other hand, if you want to talk about oppression, let's. I've been missing those dialogues.
I'm always down for coffee dates. Adventures are fun, too, if you have any ideas.
Also, I can be shy and sometimes hate sending the first message, so don't be like me...
Aaand if I don't respond immediately, I'm sorry! I get a fair number of thoughtful messages (and a lot of shite, as well) and I get a little bogged down/overwhelmed and let them sit around for a while before I buckle down and bust out a bunch of replies. I have been known to respond to a nice message months later... Oops.