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  • Ages 40-55
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Last online
Today – 2:00pm
Relationship Type
5' 11" (1.80m)
Body Type
Post grad
Has kid(s) and doesn’t want more
English, French (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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I've been described as educated, cerebral, passionate, enthusiastic, thoughtful, caring, kind, giving, engaged, creative, talkative, interesting, funny, sexy, romantic, dominant, playful, adventurous, naughty, nice, a good-boy and a bad-boy all rolled into one, a very good kisser, and I really don't take myself too seriously. I'm looking for a woman who understands and appreciates that range.

I'm very easy to talk to and am somewhat laid back; a good listener because I'm genuinely interested and like to be helpful.

Not very materialistic; at a good stage in life... I've been successful in a long career as a healthcare communications and marketing exec. Have recently opened a small business which is a complete departure from career, but it's heading in the right direction. One of my first jobs out of college was teaching prep school English. I was young. It was a blast. I'm told I still look like an English teacher.

I'm social and introspective at the same time. Interested in people and what drives them. I like to talk, but am also a good listener. I like being outdoors but I'm not the "outdoorsy" type. Love walking, bike riding, hiking, swimming. But also like reading, writing, thinking, mulling, contemplating. Not a huge sports fan, but do follow and like watching the Patriots.

I am looking for someone who is warm, intuitive, loving, affectionate, sensual, funny, fun, playful, intelligent, flirtatious, caring...

I look and feel much younger than my nominal age which I attribute to "genes" and to an outlook and nature that distills the past and is fundamentally buoyant. I am a tall, sexy, educated, experienced dominant seeking an intelligent, sensually/sexually submissive woman.... and in spite of how that all may sound, I am not too full of myself. I'm usually light and funny and often need to be silly.

I have a very tender side, but also an edge. I'm respectful and even a bit laid back. I give a lot, but expect a lot in return. If I love someone, I love them completely and without reservation. I give them my heart, soul and body.

My children are grown. My situation is quite simple. Not a lot of complication and drama.

Have traveled throughout most of the U.S. and Canada, and a lot of Europe, including UK, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands on business ... some several times.
What I’m doing with my life
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Divorced from a vanilla marriage and now looking for something special for a long term relationship. Am in the Boston area. My earlier profession has allowed me to travel all over the US and a good deal of Europe. I'm 5'11', 175lbs, and relatively fit.

I grew up on the coast of Maine but I have spent most of my adult life in Massachusetts living and working in the Boston area and raising two daughters.

I've written and published poetry.

I regularly, easily and correctly use words like, 'hiatus' and 'coalesce'...;-)

I've never fired a gun.

I'm spiritual but not particularly religious.

I'm ethical but not overly moral.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Kissing, listening, writing, thinking, talking, sometimes taking people off-guard with humor that is both silly and dry, sensuality, connecting, loving, touching, being playful, being a little dominant, being a little gentle, being a little rough.

Writing, thinking, coalescing, loving, bringing eroticism to a higher level, reflecting, understanding, listening, talking, bringing passion to life. I also play guitar and bass guitar ... picking up where I left off.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Not sure...generally well-received. I've been compared to actors who I'm told don't look alike: Montgomery Clift, James Woods, Pierce Brosnan, Richard Gere....if you see a connection, let me know...
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Literature, history, psychology, political and cultural theory - Georg Lukacs, Guy Debord, Jodi Dean, Frederic Jameson, Jonathan Crary, Arno Mayer, Wolfgang Streeck. The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Huffingtonpost. Major influences have been Dostoyevski, Kierkegaard, Nietzche, Freud, Jung, Sartre, Camus, Lawrence, Hemingway, Hesse, Joyce, Dylan Thomas, T.S. Eliot, Stephanie Coontz, Helen Fisher, Robert Kegan.

Music: Bands: The Fixx, Elvis Costello, Howard Jones, The Smiths, The Cure, Tears for Fears, The English Beat, The Specials, The Pet Shop Boys, Joe Jackson, DePeche Mode, B-52s...more recently, Smash I'm a believer...

Rediscovering Jethro Tull's entire oeuvre...after many, many years...such an intelligent, energetic, subtle, forceful band...bringing the Renaissance to life....Sinatra, Beethoven, Bach, Hendrix, James Taylor, Beatles, J Geils, Vaughn, Springsteen.

Movies: The Usual Suspects, The Quiet American, Intolerable Cruelty, Secretary, the Bourne movies, the Bond movies, Lord of the Rings trilogy, No Country for Old Men, also like the old "Road" pictures with Hope, Crosby and Dorothy Lamour...the Coen brothers, the Farrelly brothers, NPR, History channel...and more...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How the "working", in working class, seems to be disappearing as capitalist efficiencies through an unbalanced use of high technologies continually erase jobs. And this applies to nearly everyone. We are all "precariously employed" now. We are all Uber drivers now. Given our current track, a capitalist oligarchy is probably inevitable, if not already here; however, given the violent nature of American culture, when the under and middle classes finally wake up to what's happening, terrible disruptions probably will occur. But, there is a lot of encouraging conversation in the mainstream media about this growing inequality. The situation in Greece highlights it, as well as the Pope's forceful and unrelenting calls for change, the popularity of Piketty's book... and now, Bernie Sanders. Billionaires are sort of listening and speaking...worrying about a coming "disruption", a revolution because of utterly unbalanced equality in the economic system.

How Guy Debord's "Society of the Spectacle" was prescient. How late stage capitalism has insidiously infused itself into the most intimate areas of our lives .. so that we are barely aware of it. How it is becoming increasingly difficult to gain a perspective on current American culture because even our thoughts are becoming commodities. How higher education in this country, with its obsession on "branding", no longer teaches critical thinking but has become "high vocational."

The Koch brothers plan to spend nearly $1 billion on the 2016 elections. There was a time when this would not have been possible.

I see "God" as an absolute power whose primary attribute, as far as humans are concerned, is "coalescence", the only concept of "Him", "It", we are the least bit capable of comprehending. This coalescence is manifested in and expressed by humans as "love".
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
doing a variety of things...or not much at all... It probably doesn't come across in this profile much, but I'm really a hoot.
You should message me if
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Something in my profile resonates with you. You're interested in meeting, getting to know one another, exploring.