I am whimsical as fuck. I'm not quite as delightfully bohemian as I once was. I like gothic aesthetics and hippie ideals. I like geeky diversions and nerdy stimulations, without the dorky lack of grace.
I am an atheist (though much like Fox Mulder, I want to believe), a pantheist, and a Unitarian Universalist. I am also a fairy princess. Luckily for me, technology sufficiently advanced is indistinguishable from magic. Metaphysically.
I am fueled by love, unholy rage, and dissatisfaction.
I have an interesting relationship with self-esteem. Usually I think I'm pretty awesome. I might be more OK with myself than almost anyone. I have these bouts of low self-esteem stemming from my ridiculously high standards. I don't live up to my own expectations. Neither does anyone else. That is how I want it. (I also have bouts of horrible self-hatred, but those are due to my brain's hateful chemicals.)
I'm incredibly spacey and detached. I leave my head places despite the fact that it is attached to my neck. My mind wanders. I'm fairly incapable of mentally single-tasking. Related to all of these items, I prefer conversation with people who can carry on interlocked conversations about unrelated topics with no need to segue between topics. Related to that, I am an interrupter, and I find it easier to communicate with interrupters. I'm working on communicating differently with people that find that hard to deal with.
I hate puritans. I tend to blame things on puritans, but really, it's usually their fault.
My sense of humor contains equal parts pretentious academic references and cock jokes.
I am generally not monogamous because A)I have lots of feelings for lots of people, and it seems artificial for me to choose or ask someone else to choose, B)I don't like to commoditize people. I had a period of ambivalence about non-monogamy, but even though a lot of it was terrible, I came out feeling positive about non-monogamy and only negative about lies. People should love whom they love - although other aspects of non-monogamy are flexible in my brain. That said, I find that actually carrying on more than two relationships becomes logistically impossible, and sometimes so does carrying on more than one, so de facto monogamy is not out of the question for me. Speaking of that, right now I'm not open to meeting people with intentions beyond friendship.
My three adjectives were, "intellectual", "moody", and "inquisitive".