Queer anarcho-feminist. Hard femme. I always dress in drag. Partners with this sweetheart, lowbitrage.
Getting more open to the idea of one on one sex. I like to share experiences with my partner too. Atm that's my preference for reasons I'm happy to discuss on a less public forum. Besides personal reasons I just like sharing my life with them, sexually and otherwise.
Coming out of an intense period where I had a deficit of spoons.
I'm from Portland.
Nuanced politics with out metamorphosing into a liberal.
I like children. I make some things. I enjoy fermentation (not code for beer) and cloning plants (not code for weed). Having my physical space feel magical, beautiful and warm is important to me.
I prefer to date queers.
I have certain perceptions about my own identity and body and desire for others to not have expectations of either of those things. I find that queers are best at this.
Though I'm still game to talk about power deferentials and privilege I'm not game to accept labels that are fairly toxic for me. Example: it's sometimes hard to date het men and lesbians cause often those identites depend on me identifying as a woman)
I am hesitant about people who have a body type preference for their lovers, even if that preference is for my body type.
Not hung up on "bad" grammar, "bad" spelling, or academic qualifications. I mean, do what you do and if its empowering that is sincerely really great, but I have a hard time believing that those kinds of things make one better or more exciting than other folks. It bugs me if you think other people are stupid.
I am more concerned with serial monogamists who assume that they are "clean" (barf #awfullanguage) than intentional sluts with confirmed STIs.
I am actually super disappointed when I see people discussing this briefly and callously in their profiles. "I'm DD free and would like to stay that way kthnx" Is fucking rude. What an awful way to talk about STI statuses which is something that actually emotionally and physically impacts so many lives. Maybe don't be that person :/
Panasexual, versatile fluid switch. DIY, body positive, sex positive (for myself). Sometimes asexual or stone. Sexuality is complicated. I dont care if mine makes sense or not.
Im suspicious of people who describe themselves as empaths :/