I'm Kira. I was named after a muppet. That should tell you all you need to know.
That's not enough? Oh, hmmm... I'll come up with a few things here
I really dislike trying to label/identify myself. We are all constantly changing, and just as soon as you may think you've figured yourself out, you've changed. Labeling myself only makes me feel like I'm trapping myself in a box in which I have to express myself only in a specific way across a variety of life experiences.
I refuse to take the intp/esfj test seriously. I am any or all of these things depending on the situation.
I'm (gray-/Demi-/a-)sexual, and somewhat gender fluid or rather, genderless-ish. Meaning, sex isn't any kind of priority in my life, and gender constructs mean nothing to me.
My status as bisexual does NOT mean that I'm interested in being your third for a night. People who initially approach me with any sexual interest automatically "friendzone" themselves (whatever that means)
I also love well-socialized nerds. I see life as a continuous science & social experiment with ever-changing variables. I'm like an introvert with an extreme social drive.
I often have trouble identifying as human, though I've cleverly disguised my inner dinosaur to move unnoticed among the general population. I'm constantly learning new human-tricks.
I tend to be stubbornly independent. I'm really not looking for a relationship, I keep this up because i don't want to miss out on new, exciting experiences, and I realize that someone might come around and change my belief that relationships are a trap. Plus, I like to e-stalk my friends when I'm bored. Isn't that what the Internet is for?
I enjoy being in (positive) situations that push me outside of my comfort zone. This is how you make your comfort zone bigger and more spacious.
I attend burner events regularly. I've gone to flipside every year since I discovered it, and this year I will finally be getting out to burning man. I usually go to 1-2 other regional events each year if I can work it out ^_^
I don't smoke, but am smoker-friendly. I get tested at work but they don't test for the best things :p
I am not a "nice girl", nor am I "wholesome" or "down to earth", though I do drink a lot of kombucha, spend a lot of time outside, and act with kindness towards everyone. I also eat a lot of bad things/drink, spend a LOT of time on the Internet, and remember that I'm the most important person in my life