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29 F Eugene, OR

My Details

Last Online
Aug 17
5′ 2″ (1.57m)
Body Type
Leo, and it’s fun to think about
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English, Spanish (Okay)

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My self-summary
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So i lived in Oakland for a very long time (and sort of grew up there) and appreciate a lot about it, but now I am trying to spend time outside of cities to learn some skills and do some personal work. I'm just getting my bearings in Eugene, Oregon where I'm looking forward spending lots of time in the woods, studying plant medicine, making some leather boots, and reading a shit ton of speculative fiction and post-structuralist anarchist/anti-civ/queer theory.

"bi" and "female" are not terms i identify with. i like gender neutral pronouns but hardly anyone knows that.

i am in an open relationship with a really lovely person. sometimes we don't live in the same place. sometimes we are romantic with other people. i'm not really trying to date anybody else right now, though i am not totally closed off to that. i mainly have this okcupid going cuz i would really like to meet some nihilist queers and other negative kindred spirits in eugene. :)

i'm transient.
What I’m doing with my life
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it's spring! i just picked my first nettles of the season and made ravioli and sauerkraut with them (among other things). i just started translating some historical anarchist text from spanish to english. herb school is about to start and i'm getting a little anxious....

in general, trying to get to know the land and all that lives from it in this area and wildcraft as much as possible, ferment things as much as possible, read, sing, be hell of critical, do experiments.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
making a good meal from a bunch of food from the dumpster/the back of your fridge that you forgot you had.

surviving (and living well!) on an extremely small amount of money (well, relative to most americans).

starting a bunch of messy projects.
The first things people usually notice about me
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i'm judgemental.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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lately, goth, neofolk, post punk, r and b remixes, different subgenres of black metal, cumbia, chopped and screwed cumbia, Kendrick lamar on repeat...there is usually some music on around me.

authors i've been enjoying include margaret atwood, octavia butler, marge piercy, david abram, mike davis, leslie feinberg, fredy perlman, michel foucault, jeanette winterson, wolfi landstreicher. situationist international texts have been pretty influential to me...that book tending the wild by m kat anderson has been influential to me in the last couple years as i try to change/grow my relationship with the non-human. my bookshelf is also filled with random plant/fungi/animal field guides and bondage books.

films...pan's labyrinth, nausicaa of the valley of the wind (and mononoke hime and like everything miyazaki has put out including future boy conan), la haine, all about my mother (and other almodovar movies), stray dog (and other kurosawa movies), born in flames, wicker man are some of my favorites. all those 80s john hughes type movies have a dear place in my heart too!

i like fermented dairy, brassicas, meat cooked medium rare, whole grains, honey (typical west coast post-vegan fare, if you will) but you can find me eating shitty dim sum and burgers at 3am just the same.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I don't like thinking about things in terms of dependence and scarcity! and six is just too arbitrary. stop, okcupid!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
plants. land. colonialism. lately i seem to dwell on the desire to know what has taken place in the various places i go outside of cities, whether it's a clearcut or old growth forest or a rocky outcrop on the ocean, though the social history of cities has transfixed me much in my past.

What i'm going to do with whatever is coming in to season (wine? Kraut? Syrup? Oil? Tincture?).

Whatever i'm reading (ahhh i have way too many books going right now, but i am sloggggggging through blood relations by chris knight. lots of terrible/weird gender assumptions but parts of it are fascinating nonetheless)

Aesthetics, tattoos, clothes and hair. Not gonna lie, i like fashion. Or "visu" as the mexican punk kids say.

Also, maybe this should go in most private that i'm willing to admit section, but i contemplate various identities (my own and others) such as race, gender, sexuality, (anti)political, etc etc almost incessantly. Even though most of these things can be/ought to be fluid and "identity politics" and politics of oppression often miss the point, our daily experiences based on how people perceive us can't be ignored and end up influencing our struggles and desires. Gah, this could get pretty lengthy...
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
sleeping on a beach or mountain (or sometimes a grimey littered field), at a show, on a freight train, getting sweaty in black lace at the club, obsessing over remedies varo's paintings, doing a tarot reading, making a big meal...and substitute friday for any day of the week...though now i am having an early day on saturday and i am apt to be in bed pretty early...
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I can get pretty damn vulnerable.
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi girls
  • Ages 21–99
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
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Bare minimum: you don't trust the police or politicians, if you believe prisons do more harm than good, if you value friendships and skills over jobs and money. you think contempt is a healthy response to the (economic, colonizing) conditions with which we are faced.

Bonus: You have similar interests to me and you live in a rural place.