I'm a 26 year old male from Manchester England.
A bit about me:
I'm an atheist
I'm a feminist
I'm into games (computer and traditional)
I like to drink and party
I get on well with girls as well as guys, and have plenty of female friends. I feel more comfortable being myself around women, but seem to have more fun with other guys.
I'm friendly, easy to get on with, and I love a good laugh.
I won't judge you for your life choices or background and I expect you to return the favour.
I'm big on morality and philosophy, and I'm a strong believer in the scientific method.
I don't believe in political correctness or taboos because I think adults should be able to discuss sensitive issues as adults without one party attacking another, and without anyone getting into a huff and storming off because somebody disagrees with them. I will however respect your right not to discuss a certain topic.
Finally I'm big into equality and I'm a strong advocate of LGBTQ rights. If you have a problem with homosexuality, are racist, or are a bigot do not expect me to warm to you.
That all sounds quite robotic. I'm actually a very warm person, I just thought I should get the basics out of the way.
I'm a care worker for the elderly by day, and a gamer/socialite by night. I've recently started going to the gym (free membership and training - woohoo) because I've spent the last 10 years intending to stop being so lazy, but being too lazy to actually do anything about it. Anyway my best friend is learning to be a personal trainer, and has done a great job of making me active.
I'm a big animal lover, and I'm into the idea of environmentalism, but find it hard to put into practice (if anyone is interested in talking to me about transition/permaculture pm me). I'm dyslexic and also forgetful, which means I can come across as air headed at times, even though I'm not.
I'm also quite girly in some respects (many of my female friends think of me as 'one of the girls'), so if you like your men to be macho or rugged you should move on. I've been told saying I'm quite girly gives the wrong impression of me, and that I should point out that I'm not camp, wimpy, fussy, squeamish or moody. To me those sound like childish traits, not girly ones, but there you go.