I truly make an earnest attempt at challenging my way of thinking in order to find peace and expand my mind.
I'm not usually the person with the answers, but I am happy being the one asking questions.
Is it important to feel like you are "moving forward" in a linear progression with your life to find peace/happiness, or should life's occurrences feel more like wandering around a room (ie. "you're here, now you're there, nothing more to it"). Does this even make sense? Are these the kinds of questions I ask?
I feel like I'm coming out of a fog these days. I only say that because I had a bit of a struggle running a few "experiments" with my career. If that sounds very entrepreneurial, it shouldn't - I didn't make a company or anything. I just took wacky jobs.
I think I'm a 2 on the Kinsey scale, honestly.
I'm a first generation born Cuban. I grew up with what I like to call "minority problems". This also means I ended up losing out on a lot of more common experiences (well, at least around here) in my childhood. As soon as I became an autonomous adult I started making up for that real fast though and I don't intend to stop! One major circumstantial causality has been the ability to swim like a fucking fish. I urge you to not touch me or mess with me if I ever request that while I'm the water. No horseplay. Only on land (preferably in a bed). I am a land creature!
I like to think I have a high emotional IQ. It very much feels that way.
I really, really like costume parties, especially when tit gives me an excuse to make something like a paper corset or a crazy cat lady blouse or a hideously kitschy pom-pom bra.
I like dancing to bass music. A lot. Too much. On that note, I'll dance to anything. Sometimes I dance to stuff I'm not into, only for the love of moving around and enjoying myself. Aspirational: I dream of dancing flamenco one day.
Things that frustrate me: non-constructive criticism, poor communication, when misandry and feminism are confused for being the same thing and then all words out of my mouth are then dismissed by the other party as man-hatin' fightin' words, when people make straw-men arguments (I think everyone hates this one), insensitivity to social issues or people around you, lack of awareness, when people are not present (not particularly talking about physical presence), when people don't think about how their actions will affect people around them on a very, very detailed level (been dealing a lot with folks who can only think about the narrow scope of their actions). I'd hope most people are frustrated by these, actually.