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30 • Oakland, CA • Woman
I’m looking for
- All who like bi women
- Ages 28–38
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last Online
- Nov 25
- 4′ 11″ (1.50m)
- Body Type
- Mostly vegan
- Atheism, and laughing about it
- Taurus, and it’s fun to think about
- Graduated from masters program
- Rather not say
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
- Likes dogs and dislikes cats
- English (Fluently), French (Fluently)
I consider myself privileged to live a full, satisfying life. California is beautiful, Oakland is wild. I spend time with interesting people, I eat delicious food, I stay physically and mentally active and involved in my community. I'd love to meet someone who helps me live these traits even harder.
If you can get past those three things we may be able to have a conversation where you notice some actually interesting things about me.
Music: mostly the melodic electronic kind with barely intelligible words.
Movies and shows: I've been known to binge-watch internet TV shows (This year I put away True Detective, Top of the Lake, Orange is the New Black). I have an insatiable craving for science-based documentaries like Nature and Nova. I'd love to have David Attenborough narrate my life. Movies... eh. I don't watch too many.
Books: Love 'em. I'm going to try to and make an effort to read a more books by women and people of color this year. Recommend me something. Or better yet, we could swap. I'm good at sharing, and after many years of diligent practice, I'm decent at not dropping books in the bathtub.
Internets: I pour over reddit, nyt, twitter, and gawker every morning while eating breakfast. I hate leaving the house feeling uninformed. And every night, I listen to youtube playthroughs of Skyrim to help me fall asleep.
2. My own living space to come home to
3. Reading material of some sort (I'm going to go ahead and include reddit under this heading)
4. Sauce, salad, soup, salt & pepper
5. Being outdoors
6. Keyboard shortcuts
(I can actually live without any of these, but they sure do make life more pleasant).
How the American healthcare-industrial complex monetizes death and prolongs suffering.
And myself, which sounds petty but it's truthful.
Someone once gave me reddit gold for a comment about pooping. I find this embarrassing so many different ways, but if you think it's funny we could probably start to get along.
I'll bury this here: I didn't realize that folks used "casual sex" as a search parameter until a friend told me I'd get fewer creepers if I unchecked that option on my profile. After I unchecked it, my number of daily visitors and messages plummeted; fewer creepers, definitely. But I should add, in all honesty, that casual sex is not off the table.
This seems like a good place to prioritize my expectations for a relationship. In the long-term, I'm looking for a person who wants me to be a part of their life in whatever way makes sense to them; someone with whom there would be an honest conversation about what that means. I want someone I can 1) do meaningful activities with; 2) be challenged by so I/we can grow; and 3) be a source of emotional support for one another.
In the short-term, you could be a booty call.
You should message me if you're down for what's written above AND:
You are not dating someone else without telling me about it. You actively communicate and avoid drama. You want to drink tasty beer and explore secret spots. You don't describe yourself as "adventurous" or "fun"; there's other adjectives out there, get thee to a thesaurus. You are not trying to have my babies any time soon, nor are you looking for me to stand in for your mom. You know that evolution and climate change are real. You eat vegetables. You are creative, somehow, and recognize this in yourself. You have friends who you'd like me to meet. Job, double plus. You can drive a stick shift car.
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