My personality is changing pretty much all the time.
People come and people go and the few that stick around end up being really good friends. I love reddit and most of my friends have come from the local reddit group. If you enjoy reddit we will probably get along.
I used to be a partier and a drinker. Now I can't drink much at all...
I'm an atheist and I'm pretty against organized religion in general. However, I understand and see some value in having something to believe and as long as a person doesn't feel that need to convince me of their religion and it doesn't come up all the time then I can usually get along with a person.
I'm always interested in meeting new people and learning how interesting they are and why.
I'm extremely honest and very loyal. Sometimes to my detriment. I'm fairly self-sacrificing when it comes to friendships/relationships. If you're nice to me I'll go out of my way to do things for you. I think in general I'm kind. I'm gentle. I'm very patient. I dated a girl that repeatedly told me she thought I was too nice for her. I've also been described as "emotionally available".
I'm a very accepting person, I think. I get behind the ideas of feminists. I'm all about equality for women. However, I'm still going to open doors for you and pay for most dates. I don't think chivalry is at all in conflict with feminism. If I were gay and taking dudes out, I'd do the same thing for them.
I will say however, that while I'm extremely accepting, I'll still sometimes make jokes based on stereotypes, usually out of irony. They're not things I actually believe. But, if we can't laugh at these things how will we ever move from them being offensive to funny archaic thoughts of the past. If I made a joke about the world being flat you 1) wouldn't think I believed it and 2) wouldn't get offended for the people of the world that might think the world is flat. Why should it be that way with anything else?