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23 Bloomington, IN Man


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Last online
Nov 26
Relationship Type
Mostly non-monogamous
6' 0" (1.83m)
Body Type
Special Diet
Atheism and it’s important
Working on Post grad
Doesn’t have kids but might want them
English (Fluently), French (Somewhat), German (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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"I want to be the girl with the most cake."

I'm a freak of nature, but it's all good. I don't expect you to be perfect either. To be honest, I'm very empathetic and caring almost to the point of being annoying (almost being the operative word). Cussing is for the weak, but I am strong. I'm a perfect goddamn angel. Socialism is something I flirt with. I'm a stereotype on high volume.

Me to a tee:

I'm skeptical of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator assessment. I've read a few articles, blogs, etc., that point out a lot of interesting findings regarding its reliability and validity. I'm not going to use it until I've read more studies on the subject.

Don't accept a test as fact just because it is mass produced and widely distributed.

I just want a person whose craziness is compatible with mine.

We are defined by what we are not. Put that little tidbit in your backpocket.

I meditate through walking. I've been known to pace tremendously, too. I really, really love to travel. I've been to Europe four times and I hope to live there someday. I recently left my gig at Centerstone (thank Allah) as a Care Coordinator (see: no life). I'm now in a Master's counseling program on the mental health track.

Morgan Freeman doesn't narrate my life, but Bridget Jones surely does.

As a sidebar, based on our culture's definition of gender, I would be considered genderqueer, pangender, etc., however, I consider myself agender. I opt out of the gender binary as well as anything to do with it. I think it would've been great if social constructions related to humans, whether it be race, sex, gender, etc., hadn't existed to begin with. Nonetheless, they do exist, and all minority groups and women's history need to be recognized, not ignored or be treated as a minimal aspect of our social history. Do not say you're colorblind. We aren't, but it's not necessarily a bad thing because it brings to light history of oppression for the individual as well as the entire community as a whole. Privilege needs to be addressed and recognized. However you identify, I will respect. Let's talk about the psychodynamic theory, intersectionalities, and social constructions.

I'm the designated masochist.

Everybody is interesting until you get to know them.

Fact: You can't have everything in life, not even a good "about me". This is no exception. My self-summary is a good representation of what I am all about: disjointed and neurotic.

Read between the lines and see the empty space.

"Money and more money is the only shit I'm after, you can cut the fake shit, I'm not a ma'fuckin' actor, I'm on top of my green like a ma'fuckin' tractor, you niggas about to be bitches, you bitches about to be casper."

Seriously though, I'm joking. If you couldn't weed through this mess of an 'about me' by distinguishing between what I am and what is a bad attempt at humor, well, like, whatever then. I have a predilection for ending these things abruptly.
What I’m doing with my life
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Getting a lot of piercings.

I recently graduated from IU. My major was Psychology with a minor in Sociology. (Abnormal psychology, represent!)

At Target, I'm either rolling my eyes or just standing there looking pretty. P.S. I quit Target back in September. I couldn't delete my description. It was too good to delete.

I used to work at the Assistive Technology and Accessibility Center located in Wells library for three years. At the ATAC (yes, we pronounced it as "attack"), we offer software and hardware to students with disabilities. I was the Alternative Media Production Assistant. I still have no idea what that means. I mostly did editing and I was the receptionist.

I recently left my position at Centerstone as a Care Coordinator for the Assertive Community Treatment team (ACT). I'm enjoying community mental health. Those are my peeps. I hate the system though. What a shock.

I'm part of three volunteer groups. Well, three I'm consistently involved with. The main one I'm involved in is a phone-line called Backline. We provide a judgement-free and unbiased environment for those who wish to talk about anything related to pregnancy, abortion, adoption, and parenting. I should note: we do NOT give advice or push people into a particular decision. We are not like those groups who push people into religion or not getting an abortion, etc. We are the anti of those groups. ( We also recently opened the first ever All-Options Pregnancy Resource Center (AOPRC). We provide baby clothes, diapers, free pregnancy tests, peer counseling, and resources i.e., we refer people to other organizations if they need information on abortion, doula, and so forth. In addition, we're working on an abortion fund for Indiana and a diaper drive for southern Indiana.

I'm also a volunteer at Planned Parenthood of Bloomington as a patient escort. It's a once a week gig that pays by giving me high satisfaction. Also, ♡ abortions.

And I work on volunteer projects with the Community AIDS Action Group of Southern Indiana (in conjunction with Positive Link). Free walk-in HIV testings on Mondays at Positive Link: 333 E. Miller Dr. from 2-6 p.m. Just an eff why eye.

There are so many occupations I would love to dabble in. I'm considering a LMHC and LCSW. I've also been flirting with the notion of hooking.

See: I have no idea what I'm doing with my life.
I’m really good at
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hiding the body.

I'm great at listening, being sarcastic and shit, and seeing things from a different perspective. *cue jack-off hand motion*
The first things people usually notice about me
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Top responses from others: eyes and smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Favorite books include: Girl Interrupted, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, The Feminine Mystique, American Psycho, Junkie, Prozac Nation, The Bell Jar, any Plath or Sexton poetry, The Vagina Monologues, Mrs. Dalloway, Gender Outlaw, philosophy in general. I started to read philosophy in high school and really got into Nietzsche, Rand, de Beauvoir, etc. Don't worry, I'm not a believer in Rand's Objectivism. You can relax now. I love Angela Davis and Thomas Szasz. Mental disorders and illness don't exist. I'm a walking contradiction.

Favorite movies include: The Hours, Girl Interrupted, Before the Devil Knows You're Dead, Gia, Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2, Jackie Brown, Pulp Fiction, American Psycho, American Beauty, Lost in Translation, Marie Antoinette, Broken Flowers, Obvious Child, any Sophia Coppola, Wes Anderson, Quentin Tarantino, and Coen Brothers films, Les Amours Imaginaires, foreign films especially French and German ones, and I love documentaries and independent films, and many others. I'm a big fan of dark and satirical films, too.

I don't really watch television, but the few shows I have enjoyed are: Roseanne, anything French & Saunders, Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock, Arrested Development, any Investigative Discovery show.. Oh, Candice DeLong is a god.

Favorite music includes: mostly techno/electronica, industrial, indie, dream pop/shoegaze, trip hop, and some hip hop/rap music, but I will venture out into other types of music. I'm always looking for something amazing to listen to. My favorite musician is PJ Harvey. She gets me in ways that you never will, sorry. Other artists I adore are (not in any particular order): Wir sind Helden, Garbage, Pzychobitch, Björk, Fiona Apple, Sinead O'Connor, Ladytron, Dido, Annie Lennox, Marilyn Manson, Alanis Morissette, P!nk, Billy Joel, Elton John, The Cranberries, David Bowie, Die Antwoord, Hole, Madonna, Patti Smith, Portishead, Robyn, Sneaker Pimps, Curve, Moby, Tori Amos, Tracy Chapman, The Breeders, Slipknot, Peter Fox, Angelspit, System of a Down, Nine Inch Nails, Nicki Minaj, Liz Phair, Lana Del Rey, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Jamiroquai, Deadmau5, Crystal Castles, Blondie, Ani DiFranco, Missy Elliott, Lil' Kim, Peaches, The Cocteau Twins, Beach House, Tricky and Macy Gray.

I'm currently a lacto-ovo vegetarian. Hopefully, I'll transition to a stricter vegetarian diet like veganism, but that's another one of my future goals. I also refer to myself as a "junk food" veggie since I'm not one to say no to unhealthy foods. Although, I do walk a lot to keep in shape.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
A. Inspiration
B. Respect
C. A great book or film
D. Being with people in general who understand me
E. The endless quest for knowledge
F. And cheat sheets
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Do people even read these?

Philosophy or the social issues out there. I think of hypothetical questions on different subjects and try to answer them or figure out my stance on them. I'm always thinking and one thought always leads to another so I'm never bored.

In other news, I'm neurotic.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm human. Sometimes.
You should message me if
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you want to make heroin chic again.