I enjoy my, and others', intellect and have a geeky passion for many things, though my biggest interests are sexuality, bicycling, and geekiness, itself.
I'm quite kinky, non-monogamous, and am very much interested in positive, consensual, open, empowering expressions of sexuality. I have a queer view of sexuality and gender (and, thus, politics), though, sadly, I've yet to find myself sexually attracted to anyone beyond cisgendered women. For more on that, check out http://fetlife.com/boondoggle
I'm a bit of a crazy, year-round cyclist (though not as crazy as some) and am rather fond of my callipygean assets. I absolutely adore riding. It's somehow therapeutic and as close as I will probably ever come to engaging in something I would consider spiritual. (In that vein, critical mass is as close as I will probably ever come to engaging in organized religion.)
I am also fascinated by bike culture and its evolution. I live in one of the best cities in the country for cyclists and yet even here we pale in comparison to most of the so-called civilized world. (If I ever move to Europe, it will be to Amsterdam or Copenhagen.) There is also a burgeoning subculture of bikesexuals, a crossover between the worlds of biking and sexuality, to which I wholeheartedly subscribe. Bike porn is a beautiful thing.
Another culture I love, and in which I feel right at home, is that of the geek. We are a growing voice in society of those who, up until recently, were social outcasts and misfits due to any number of factors, but usually involving a passion for subjects dismissed by the mainstream. Where we used to be able to find solace and acceptance only in niche locations or events (cons, specialty stores, geeky abodes, etc.), thanks to the magic that is the internet, we can now communicate and celebrate our penchant for passion. Though anyone reading this is likely to be a fellow geek and not in need of this explanation. Also, we like meta-humor.
I am a bit... unusual, and I quite like it that way.