About me: warm, thoughtful, insightful, very open and curious about all things human, introspective, intellectual but not stuffy, very passionate, independent and self-directed, physically fit and trim. Although I can be quite social, I also need time to myself for writing, thinking, creative recharging, etc.
I'm in a very long term relationship that is happy, healthy and supportive - we were monogamous for many years and are now non-monogamous. In other words, we have an open marriage that allows for intimacy with others. We don't "swing" or date others as a couple. We've just given each other room to explore other intimate relationships. I have a very full, committed, busy life that includes many friends and loved ones already, but I really do want more friends in my life who are comfortable with open relationships. And my interest isn't focused on finding lovers - I'm interested in friendships with like-minded people. If sex happens, it's because it'll make sense to both of us. If it doesn't, we have lots of other ways to share and communicate our growing friendship.
Oh, and I don't look or feel remotely my age, which is actually 60. It's partly exercise and attitude, but really it's mostly genetics. I still weight 175lbs and I'm still 6'-0", which were my stats in my twenties, and I can still run 5 miles without any difficulty. Anyway, it's not a reward for good behavior or an accomplishment I can pat myself on the back for. It's just genetics - I totally get that.
Update: I'm very interested in meeting people who are in open relationships and who also share my love of participatory outdoor activities - running, hiking, cycling, sailing - and building friendships from these shared experiences. Physical intimacy is optional, not mandatory, and not the only point of connection.