I'm currently in the process of figuring out my gender identity. I've determined that I identify farther onto the feminine side of the spectrum. I'm not really sure of the implications of that, though. I grew up responding to and somewhat identifying with male pronouns. If you want to make me smile, though, you'll use female pronouns when you refer to me.
I've been described a few ways by those close to me, including annoyingly optimistic and as a productivity fascist. Also as a great girl-friend.
My relationship priority is making a romantic connection. I want one aspect of that connection to be spending passive time together. I'd like to be comfortable enough with someone that we can hang out with no particular agenda, but focus on our own projects or activities and share the same space. We'd be close enough to chat, to share, to touch, but we wouldn't need to be actively focused on each other. And it would be satisfying for both of us.
That's only one aspect of the connection I'm looking for, but it's a dynamic I've been missing in my life.
I'm very touch-oriented, and I have a high need for touch and (non-sexual) physical affection. I'm very sensitive to the difference between sensual and sexual touch and interaction. I have a strong preference for the former.