I took the 'woman' off of our gender because it seemed so unfair for actual lesbians to see a big hairy sweaty man, unfair to me to see all these awesome adorable ladies and then find out I'm exactly the opposite of what they want! But seriously, if that's you, check out bikelovepdx cause you'll love her and she'll love you!
bikelovepdx and I got MARRIED! That took a lot of time and energy, and we hadn't really been on OKC for a pretty long period before that. So what are we doing here?
In part it's because we're so opposite - DL is an ENFP, recharged by meeting strangers, and if they don't like him, move on to the next exciting new conversation!
C is an ISTJ, _exactly_ the opposite. Why talk to someone if it's the last time we'll ever interact? How exhausting!
So that leaves us with very contradictory, very incommensurate requirements for new people in our lives. C is most at home with queer-identifying, androgynous bois, people who play soccer or want to do athletic activities - want to go for a bike ride? Hit her up!
DL wants people who think and make things. He runs an industrial arts sanctuary called Watershed (watershedpdx.com) where he can make enormous stencils one day, weld up a clockwork car another, or make giant burnable T-rex: http://imgur.com/a/8mKC5#0
It seems impossible that any person or couple could match both of our personality requirements - good thing we have each other! We're more-or-less looking to meet men, women and couples to interact with together - preferably with people who already have extant relationships.
And a final thought - there's a depth to _friendship_ available when all intimacies can be explored, even if making out or having sex is then rejected - being able to flirt, without a hard line on 'where it goes', gets us to better friendships than if those choices are forever verboten and we're simply looking 'for new friends'.