Seriously, I live an unconventional life. I've been happily married to the same woman for forty-six years. We have two grown children of whom we're proud. We've never owned a television, so we've always talked to one another, and our children learned to read and write unusually well. We were into swinging for four years, over twenty-five years ago, and had to quit because of the cumulative damage done by the sexually transmitted diseases we picked up. I'm a trust junkie and I like women, so I turned to bondage: I enjoy tying and teasing women. I'm not sexually needy so I usually go to the extreme of keeping my clothes on, which makes for a better tease. Probably a little more embarrassing than you can stand, but I'll cuddle you afterward. I can be really comforting too.
Obviously I can't relate to every woman in that way, not even every woman who wants to relate to me in that way. Since I do like women, I'm also happy to be a friend. I'm a good listener. I'm understanding. I'm weed-friendly, though as an activist for legalization I can't keep a stash of my own. I'm violently allergic to cats and irrationally hostile to tobacco. Dogs love me, though I'm told that dogs love everybody, and there's been one or two that were jealous. I live on a gluten-free diet. It won't be a problem to you if you don't feed me.
I'm partly retired, partly a homemaker, and partly a professional gambler. Back when we were still raising our kids, I worked in the computer software industry. Curious bit of history, that! It no longer seems to have any meaning.