I'm an atheist, of the sort that hopes religion dies out in the long run but who isn't in a big rush to stomp it out right now. Maybe like Dawkins. Except I've had a number of "odd friendships" with religious people where I passionately but politely challenge their worldview (and am happy to talk about areas of agreement too), and they do the same to mine. I'm curious enough about systems of thought that I can converse intelligibly about theology (Usul al-Fiqh? Yup, read all about it). Friendly intellectual competition with good sportsmanship, where people play to win but enjoy the sparring and interpersonal ties that come through that - that's my thing.
I'm a socialist, of the technocratic (not populist) kind, and I spend a fair bit of time thinking about theory. My engagement with activism is complicated because activism is rarely careful or thoughtful enough, and when I hear a bad argument, I'll criticise it (whether it's for my side or some other side). Plus I insist on good arguments, and strongly resist peer pressure to accept frameworks or sets of definitions.
I believe creativity is important in a healthy lifestyle; music, storytelling, and sketching particularly.
I believe society should nurture people, but not baby them, and that activist communities often lose the plot when they demand respect for identities (rather than tolerance). There must be no red lines, and intent is everything in how we judge people. Second-wave activism is healthier than third-wave, and if you're not poking fun at yourself and everyone else, all while caring about them, you're living life wrong. And cultural appropriation is AWESOME. Dark, no-holds-barred, and gallows humour are the best humour. Absurdist humour's good too.
I fear getting bored, but don't mind long naps under trees in the summer. I like being outside, love camping, and regularly walk or run in the parks. Photography's a nice distraction too. I'm mildly into gaming (computer and interpersonal, e.g. Munchkin and Illuminati), and really liked Skyrim, the Civilization series, and Fallout 3.
Neither TV nor watching professional sports nor cars are part of my lifestyle. I don't expect this to change (I sometimes watch movies or old shows on my computer though). I'm almost never without my laptop and reams of papers I fill with ideas.