Don't take anything I put here too seriously. Most of the time when I decide something about myself the opposite winds up being true eventually anyway.
I'm a musician. I mostly focus on contemporary classical music but I play around with lots of different things and I'm always looking for new ones. I like lots of kinds of art (in the broader sense of the term). I'm pretty active and I especially like running and cycling. I love to travel more than just about anything else, alone or with friends. I love early mornings a lot but I'm usually bad at them. I'm nostalgic and silly and laugh loudly. I'm kind of inarticulate but I try really hard. I adore animals. I'm fond of ledges, both as real things to sit on the edge of and look down at people while drinking tea or metaphorical things to leap off of.
Someone close to me has recently described me as passionate. Someone else close to me has observed that I am perhaps a little too controlled for my own good (but I'm working on that). Take from this what you like.
If asked, my friends and partners would probably tell you that being on the receiving end of my affections means a fair bit of lighthearted mischief and strangeness.
obligatory queer disclaimer: I'm way more into women than guys and my perfect label would really be homoflexible.
I fully admit to listing myself as bi only because messages from clueless straight dudes are really fucking entertaining and making good stories to tell my friends.
I'm poly/nonmonogamous and I care about doing it right. I adore my two totally amazing partners, ferneyhough and ShinyName and I'm feeling pretty full-up on committed, full-time Relationships for the time being. I am interested in pretty much anything else- in particular more casual-type dating or friends with whom I can enjoy sexy funs but obviously friends with whom I don't get naked are also awesome. I like people, and I like making connections and seeing where they take me.
While we're here, I may as well mention that being poly, people I sleep with need to be down with regular STI testing and be able to talk about it like adults.