I have an undergraduate degree in philosophy and for about 2 years after I graduated I did not want to discuss philosophy with anyone, but that has changed now that all of my executive function neurons have snapped into place. Now I see myself as more of a scientist/skeptic. If only I could remember all of the things I pump into my brain. I can't stop learning, it's almost pathological. You could describe me as a liberal ignostic strong atheist existentialist naturalist determinist ubuntu secular humanist desire utilitarianist. I love science, especially cosmology, cognitive science, genetics, evolutionary psychology, etc.
I love to cuddle and hold hands with women, men, my friends, whoever. I think that people don't get enough verbal praise or physical contact, so I like to initiate that with the people I care about.
I am an atheist. I see no compelling evidence for supernatural events. Don't let that scare you, I'm not an "angry atheist", though if the mere position of atheism offends you, you'll certainly be offended. When people think of religious fundamentalists or extremists, they think of people flying planes into buildings (yeah, I went there) or people letting their children die because they were praying for their god to heal their child rather than going to a doctor. When people think of atheist "fundamentalists" or "extremists," they think of people who write books.
I'm somewhat into BDSM culture and polyamory. If you must label me, I am a Domme/Switch, I can be sub with the right person. I like to play. I enjoy pain on some levels - I find it pleasurable in the right circumstances, and have engaged in bite-fests, Wartenberg wheel rolls and other interesting stuff. I'll tie you up, hold you down, sit on you, and use my knowledge of neurology and sensory integration to explore. I also enjoy tenderness and gentle exploration of bodies and minds.
Honestly, I'm kind of a freak - I look nice and sweet and vanilla but am far from it. I never expected to be me. Yet here I am, going about my business being me day in and day out, incredulous. Of course, I'd much rather be incredulous than credulous.
I am a homunculus.
I'm married, but separated. I'm also polyamorous.
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Love is not like a bathtub, where one person must get out before another can get in - it's more like an ocean, or to be pragmatic, more like a swimming pool. Think of it this way: say you have a child, whom you love with all of your heart and mind. Say you have a second child. Assuming that you love them equally, do they each get 50% of your love? No, because love doesn't work like that. It is not a commodity that can be spent. It's not this thing you can give away until it runs out.
I'm really not a tomboy in the traditional sports-playing, big-t-shirt wearing sense, however I am a tomboy in the wrestling with boys, fixing my own car, having superior visual-spacial skills, alpha-sense. I'm told some men are intimidated by me, which I find hilarious. To those scardey-men, I shall pwn you with my wit, intellect, and car-fixing skillz!
I am obnoxious, stupefyingly honest, and skeptical