I graduated from college and law school, and now I'm working on criminal policy at a small nonprofit in SF that's run by formerly incarcerated people. A lot of the time, my work is guided by my intuition, my spirit, and the unfailing sense of wholeness that I touch when I meditate or climb or am deeply in love or deeply focused on something. Sometimes, though, it's not guided by anything at all (other than kind of a blind sense of needing to be doing something). I'm definitely trying to find a balance.
When I go too long without being in nature, I get pretty depressed. Same with going too long without being totally in my body--running or climbing or yoga or meditating or dancing. And too long without writing something. Every seven or so years I write something worth reading.
I consider myself gay. I've been primarily with women since I was 16, with some beautiful experiences and relationships with men in between. Ultimately for me, it comes down to chemistry--and it's generally pretty quickly apparent whether there is chemistry or not. I'm interested in meeting anyone and everyone, and at least in love and sex, your gender/sexuality doesn't matter to me as much as whether there's something between us.