I want my own business, but going after that would bring its own insanity. Decisions, decisions, and meanwhile people are suffering and dying and living lives of quiet desperation all over the planet. This is the best it's ever been, but there is still so much to be done.
Are you an astrophysicist? A power lifter? A meditator? Do you write down your goals? Do you read empirical self-help? Do you strive for gentle ease and sanity and excitement in how you move through your life? Do you have your own business, and flexibility and freedom in how you use your time, and it's not incredibly mind-suckingly stressful? And/or do you aspire to some of these things? I wish to be your friend and/or friend-slash-lover.
My sexuality and romantic attachments revolve around cisgendered women. But I do desire emotional and physical intimacy with cis/trans/queer/men/women/etc.
I highly value my emotional and physical safety, in terms of STI risk and stuff like that, and I'm one of the most conscientious and patient people you'll ever meet. So, if we start to get a sense that we want to do more stuff with more physical contact, I am on board for easing into carefully specified behavioral agreements that are mutually updated over months.
Gentle, patient, careful, warm, friendly honesty is good. Coffee for 20-60 minutes. Message me. Go. Do it. Yes you.
"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." --Marcel Proust
"The reason we struggle with insecurity is because we compare our behind-the-scenes with everyone else's highlight reel." —Steve Furtick
“Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.” --Ian Maclaren
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