I am equal parts Chandler and Ross, introvert and extrovert, snarky and empathetic, irreverent and respectful, dashing wordsmith and awkward bumbler. I laugh often and loudly, I cry in movies, and I sing in the grocery store. I am jocular, incisive, honest, and bighearted.
I'm a sucker for brainy, compassionate, feisty femmes. Pepper me with sass and vocabulary, and salt me with the kind of communication borne of integrity and emotional intelligence, and you'll make my knees go to jelly.
As to relationship structure, I'm more inclined toward ethical non-monogamy than straight up monogs*, but I'm open to relationships looking a lot of different ways. Being able to negotiate about it is what's most important to me. (*Though I'm coming to realize that my end game ideal looks much more "monogamish" than not.)
My thoughts on sexytimes run in a similar vein. I'm more inclined toward kink than vanilla, but I'm open to sex looking a lot of different ways. And again, being able to talk about it is the key.
Um... and now here's a list of a bunch of stuff I like:
-Words. I love them so. Some of my faves: facultative, savvy, inveigle, dyspepsia, platypodes, onomatopoeia, haberdashery, canoodle, and boobies.
-Writing (as a corollary to the aforementioned logophilia). I have successfully rocked one National Novel Writing Month and I spend a fair amount of my time writing these days.
-Various forms of nerdery: math, zoology, DNA, evolution, anatomy and physiology, the Periodic Table, Venn diagrams, writing code.
-Dancing the Lindy Hop. And skipping the light fandango.
-Games. Word games, card games, ice breakers, ironic kickball, debaucherous super lesbo quasi-soccer. The usual stuff.
-Internet cat videos. If internet cat videos are wrong, then I don't want to be right.