Transgender girl from Iceland(MTF post-op). Weird, geeky, and a meta-poet. Lived on this solemn rock for ages and hope to die here at some age, while also having a chance to discover the rest of the world.
I am artistic, although that may sound a bit self-congratulatory. I like to draw, paint, write, code, play occasional video games, and tend to go into new hobbies on a whim as I love exploring what the world has to offer. I also tend to write poetry that can sound rather dark.
In essence I am just a damn geek that is high on spirituality and philosophy. Playing Battlestar Galactica boardgames, discussing Doctor Who, and discussing stuff like the simulation hypothesis, morphic resonance, or why latex is the best material for clothing, I participate in it all. Plus I am into all the kinky things that make the world an interesting place
I also love animals. People will notice that I like to talk to them and give them attention.(I have an extremely soft spot for small rodents like gerbils). Out of the two I'd prefer cats over dogs, but I still love dogs in their own special way.
Despite my height and background I do consider myself rather girlie rather than tomboyish. Just don't expect my intellect to be ditzy(unless we are roleplaying I guess).
Fair warning: When people get into my comfort zone they will start to know me for my sarcasm. My humour is offbeat and not necessarily noticeable.
Also, I adore Bill Hicks and think he was an actual prophet sent to us by a shared consciousness experiencing itself subjectively(hyperbole to the rescue!). Love listening to guys like Bill Hicks, Alan Watts, and Robert Anton Wilson. Existential Zen, so to speak, is something that I thrive on.
Married and in an open relationship. Maybe I am polyamorous as I have a lot of love for living things. Haven't put it to the test though.
I have to admit beforehand that I prefer messages that have some content. I rarely, if ever, answer one line messages. I prefer to get a bit more glimpse into the person than a single "hi". It also allows me to write more back instead of just saying "hi" back.