I love math, science, playing with numbers, ice cream (a fanatic!!!!), kindness, affection and finding the best way to do everything.
I dislike cheese(!!!), rudeness, drama, dirtiness, close-mindedness, screaming, and fast food!!! (except for Chipotle of course, uhm yum)
I am a normal, professional guy who is laid-back, easy-going and open minded. I am one of those guys that no one would think that I'm gay, and they would be shocked when they find out. I tend to be attracted to masculine guys that do not fit the gay stereotype too. Having said that, I am not homophobic; I have no issue with being gay and everyone including my family and friends know that I'm gay! I have no interest in dating a closeted guy either.
I highly value open-mindedness, kindness, loyalty, sympathy and always enjoy people with those values.
I always love to try out new things, new experience and learn about the world. That's why I watch quite a few documentaries. Some favorites include: The Civil War (Ken Burns), How the Universe Works and Auschwitz
Love outdoor activities, sports and traveling. I play a lot of tennis and do a lot of hiking because I like to stay active. I enjoy spending time with close friends, family and people that I love. I lead a drama- and pressure-free, peaceful life and like to stay that way.
Traveling is one of those things that I want to do as much as I can. I am planning my next big trip for next year to China. I've been doing a lot research and I can't wait to go. There is a small letdown though because I found out that I have to buy a Chinese tour package and stick with the "organized group" at all time if I want to visit Tibet. I decided not to go there even though it was on the top of my list initially because I don't want to be presented Tibet through a government perspective. I also heard that none of the money you spend in Tibet will find its way to the local people's hands, which is really disappointing and sad at the same time. After china would come Nepal :). The trekking trip in Nepal to the Himalayas and Everest Base Camp is always on my bucket list.
I enjoy masculine guys who are mature, low key, open minded, drama free, have a goal in life and work hard to achieve it. I tend to be attracted to guys who are global-minded and interested in learning and experiencing other cultures. The "bad boy" image is a turn-off for me.
I am looking for meaningful connections and definitely LTR oriented. Really want to find the right guy to call him mine