I've been working with seventh graders for three years now, and I'm starting to think I might want to spend the rest of my life like that.
This year I started teaching Shakespeare performance to middle schoolers (mostly at/below poverty line, at a school with no drama program to speak of). We're doing As You Like It this summer.
I'm an English and Comparative American Studies double major and a Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies minor, and I'm not interested in meeting anyone who wouldn't take me seriously based on what I'm studying.
I worked on the Obama campaign in 2012, and I stand by it in spite of all the shit the ~cool radical kids~ at my liberal arts college give me for it.
I look for people who are motivated by compassion.
I cook dinner for 90 people once a week in my co-op. It's wild and powerful and always on the verge of disaster, which is how I like my life.