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My self-summary
I'm connected to myself in a very deep way. I am aware and intuitive and have spent a lot of time on my growth as a human being. Therefore, I am capable of deep empathetic love and I don't settle for anything less. Vulnerability is a strong state of being.

I'm interested in dating men, women, trans men, not so much trans women... and my only requirement is that you know who you are. Please have your identity figured out or be actively working on it.
What I’m doing with my life
Not a whole lot. Trying to get back into yoga. I don't care about superficial shit, but I like to be entertained.

I recently applied to the University of Denver for my doctorate in psychology with a focus on neuropsychology. I will know by April if I am accepted.
I’m really good at
Cooking without a recipe
Reading people
Being self-aware
Making pancakes at midnight
Creating. Anything.
The first things people usually notice about me
I don't know, but people usually stare at me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Favorite artists: Bryan Drury, Dina Goldstein, Suzzan Blac, Naoki Sasayama, Handiedan, Martin Eder, Mark Rubenstein...

Documentaries and the non-fiction genre are my favorite, along with crime and murder shows. I love gore. I also LOVE horror movies, small independent theaters, live theatre, live music - mostly friends and people I know who play, and singing.

Food - love it. All of it.
The six things I could never do without
Dumb question
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My DU PsyD application and how I'm going to pay for it.

On a typical Friday night I am
Movies, home-cookin, family, working... whatever I want. I'm anything but typical if you haven't already gathered that.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've worked as a BDSM/Fetish specialist for the last seven years and I have worked in the adult entertainment industry for the last decade. June will be my 10 year anniversary and I'm going to have a party – probably with a penis cake or something ridiculous like that. Truth be told I'll probably do nothing, but a party would be a nice idea.

Sex workers face a tremendous amount of invisibility, oppression, and stigmatization. Part of my work involves public speaking to various organizations to break down the stereotypes. It is a cause that is near and dear to my heart.

I gave my daughter up for adoption when I was 17. My mom is trans and we do not speak - not because she is trans. I started a graduate program for counseling psychology but quit because I was bored. Contrary to popular belief, my personal sex life is not at all like my professional sex life. I'm also married to a woman, but we are separated. We are in different places in regards to our ability to connect and I just decided that I wasn't willing to be held back anymore. Whether or not we will remain friends we are not sure at this point, but we do live together and coexist fairly peacefully. Making the choice to separate was one of the best decisions I've made in a long time.
You should message me if
You know yourself and don't only say it but show it.
You are honest. Duh. Really? Do I have to say that?
You are familiar with John Gottman.

I'm used to getting messages that say, "You're intriguing." I'm kind of getting bored of them. If you find me intriguing, you might want to ask yourself whether or not you will be able to relate to me. I'm not the girl under glass, and you are not the audience. "I am not singing for you." - Conor Oberst