I have a moderately awesome life – reasonable material comfort, a job I really like that is walking distance from my home, and a group of good friends. In terms of general arche-(stereo?)types, I'm a downtown, lefty, mostly vegetarian urbanite; I like books, travel, wine, dancing, electronic music, and meeting friends for drinks on summer patios (who doesn't?). I'm fairly cerebral and have some geekish interests, but that's fairly well-balanced with my active, adventurous side. I consider myself a feminist and it's a fairly foundational part of my identity (you don't have to identify that way, though feminists are sexy!).
I'm looking for someone smart, confident, fun and interesting to spend time with and see what happens.
This is where it gets a bit awkward though. I'm already in a serious relationship, that we've agreed to open up. I've had a few dates, but haven't gone any farther since this phase of life started and I'm as yet unsure what it means practically, or of how to handle the "logistics". I've never been into quick and easy hookups and I can't imagine sleeping with someone I didn't also like in a more general way.