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45 Brooklyn, NY Woman


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  • Ages 35–55
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Last online
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5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body Type
Graduated from masters program
English, Czech (Fluently), Slovak (Fluently), Serbian (Okay)
My self-summary
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Notable accomplishments and character building moments in my life include: having tried the local variation of a jelly filled donut in almost every country in Eastern Europe; squatting in an old brewery building with with a group of artists and with no heat during the winter; swimming in a hotel pool with the Serbian minister of Roma affairs, stripped down to his underwear; and while attempting to bike home from work, surviving being run down by a pack of dogs. (I would advise against cycling in Bucharest.)

I am intensely curious and adventurous, intellectually, and experientially. I enjoy irreverent humor, quick witted and creative minds, and value kindness, and reciprocity.
What I’m doing with my life
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As my day job for many years, I worked as a consultant on education rights in Eastern Europe. In a welcome new twist, for the past (almost) two years, I've been developing and running a college prep program for low-income teens in Brooklyn. This fall I am looking forward to teaching high school ESL. It also should be noted, that prior to this I had been a working artist, and that past is still a part of me today.

I ride to eat with a motley crew of friends. We do bicycle food tours of NYC. I also illustrate for lefty publications, write graphic novels, read science magazines, advocate for radically different social relations, and can be found engaged in conversations about a variety of curiosities.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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All subject to change: Education and Capitalism, Cheap Motels and a Hot Plate, Capital and It's Discontents, The Devil's Cup, Finding George Orwell in Burma, MAUS, Raymond Pettibon, Persepolis, Safe Area Gorazde, Stitches (and many other graphic novels), The Road, Varieties of Scientific Experience by Carl Sagan, books by Paulo Freire, David Sedaris, Douglas Adams, and Richard Dawkins, Nancy Spero, Leon Golub, the Jeeves & Wooster series by P.G. Wodehouse, Times Science section, Girls Against God magazine, Banksy, The Yes Men, A Band Called Death, AbFab, Archer, Curb Your Enthusiasm, A Man Named Pearl, Exit Through the Gift Shop.

Any food found in outlying ethnic enclaves of NYC are at the top of the list including Quesadilla de Chalupines.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Fun. Food. Feeding my mind. Friends. Adventure. Biking. (otherwise known as, FFFFAB).
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Surely doing something entirely debauched.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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The extent of my Friday night debauchery usually consists of being in bed at a reasonable hour.
You should message me if
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No restrictions.

Definitely drop a line if you might be up for a road trip to Pearl Fryar's.