I'm pro-feminist, especially in favor of and influenced by radical and Marxist feminism.
I'm in an open marriage looking for open-minded women or couples for me and my wife to hang out with and have our interactions go as far as we want them to.
This is how I define cheating:
In Spanish, "cheating on someone" is translated as "engañar a alguien". However the primary meaning of "engañar" is "to deceive"; in Russian one says "изменить кого-то" which literally means "to change someone [for someone else]"; And generally speaking, "cheating" entails "breach of rules".
So, for me, you cheat on someone if
a) You are deceiving them
b) You're breaking the rules
c) You've had someone else take your partner's place
Taking the first steps on learning how to achieve self-sustainability in as isolated a fashion as possible from the state and financial-industrial apparatus.
Always trying to improve myself, learn as much as possible and always trying to get to understand people and my surroundings as much as I can.
TV Shows: I try to avoid watching TV but I have sometimes been seduced by some shows like Breaking Bad, Black Mirror, Game of Thrones (the series actually got me interested in the books), Community, The Wire.
Movies: Silmido, Tae Guk Gi, 1900, Metropolis, Fight Club, K-Pax, The Professional, Cinema Paradiso and many others the titles of which I do not remember. I tend to enjoy Russian war cinema. Why? It relaxes me. How come? Gives me a break from the hipocrisy that characterises the liberal framework I live within.
Music: Revolutionary socialist music, Russian, Irish and Scottish folk music, Soviet military music, several national anthems, "classical" (from the Romantic, Classical and Nationalist periods, especially of Russian composers like Tchaikovskiy, Mussorgskiy, Borodin and Glinka), some 80s music of various genres, some metal, pop, grunge. It'd probably be easier for me to say the kind of music I don't like and, even then, there are some cases when I like some pieces of genres I typically can't stand.
Food: I'm the sort of vegan that allows himself to eat oysters and clams from time to time. I went vegan 3 years ago and I've been feeling great about it, especially since I left meat and dairy. That said, depending on circumstances, I may allow myself to eat fish or crustaceans if no other source of food is readily available.
Count me as someone who is striving to become completely vegan but whose circumstances don't make it all that viable always.
Online: Cyanide & Happiness, Cracked, xkcd, SMBC, Existential Comics.
(I just put the first 6 things that popped into my mind)
I came across as being interesting to you.
You either have or have considered having a non-traditional approach to love relationships and friendship.
You don't suffer from plutomania.
You love sex but agree that , in its conventional form, it is overrated.