So, if you are a woman that is: bisexual, convinced of absolute female superiority and having to thwart and suffocate and corrupt/torture men in every way possible, cruel, violent, loose in the head, mired in egoism (placing your own activities and things above a person), treating men like machines designed to satisfy any female whim, hell-bent on wasting someone's time and inducing despair, careless and not knowing how to relate with anyone, etc. - bugger off. Just because someone else hurt you ages ago does not give you the right to keep hurting me at any opportunity. As one J. Christ used to say, forgive your enemies or you'll live in a fever of spite (all right, this is mixing old J. C. with David Gilmour, but you get the idea). Listen to Pink Floyd's "Division Bell". As in, really listen, chances are it won't leave anything in your head, but his point is that.
On the other hand, foreigners, musicians, artists, and just those who don't feel like they fit into regular society (which is rather hypocrite and insane/violent around here) are welcome. If not for a permanent affair or romance, then at least for general interest (this is also why the status is usually "looking for friendship" - a friendship can, with time, change into anything more serious if there are no stumbling blocks). Musicians can always learn a thing or two from a practising sound engineer, and art is always harmonic.
So far the only real contacts made on OKC have been mostly professional, and that is telling in a way.
Some useful information:
Addicted to tea. Not coffee. Tea.
Electronic musician, though mostly sound engineer.
Has a large music collection.
Occasional writer (short absurd/surrealistic stories, philosophy, psychology and such). Also a technical writer.
Plays guitar and synthesisers.
A bit of writing (mostly technical, sometimes audio gear reviews).
Writing (mostly English, occasionally Russian and Spanish).
Some computer games.
Movies & shows: Scandinavian movies (you know, the warm-yet-depressive-and-somewhat-sick-of-it-all flair). Aki Kaurismiaki (esp. the Leningrad Cowboys), Polish directors, classic French cinema (Godard, Lelouch...). Chinese & Asian movies are welcome. And heaven forbid Tarkovskyi. Jeeves & Wooster (also the books and P. G. Wodehouse), Blackadder, a bit of Mr. Bean is all right, "A Bit of Fry & Laurie".
Music... This could go on forever. It's easier for you to examine the collection in real life and see whether there's anything you're familiar with (and likely there's a lot you're not familiar with).
Just some names: Final, Jesu, Godflesh, Fall of Because, Edgard Varese, Aquarium, Bjorn Lynne, Ketil Bjornstad, Mick Harris, Oleg Caravaichouk, Karlheinz Stockhausen, Evangelios Papathanassiou, Zvouki Mou, Soft Cell, Loop, Taiga, Edward Artem'iev, John Cale, Velvet Underground, Obermannequin, No Smoking Orchestra, Enya, Alan Parsons' Project, Solaris B. C., Bill Laswell, Blackstar, Conjure One, Klaus Schulze, DDT, Firebird, George Gershwin, Goran Bregovic, Robert Hampson, Main, Mooze, Jean-Michel Jarre, Justin K. Broadrick, Keith Jarrett, Karelia, Ken Hensley, Kevin Schilder, Kim Jensen, Nakaido Reichi, Mark Saul, Misery Loves Co., Ministry, Nautilus Pompilius, Napalm Death, Praxis, Scorn, Techno Animal, Vitriol, Igor' Vdovin, etc. etc.
Tea is a staple. Chinese tea, Japanese tea, Indian Tea, Ceylon tea, oolong, lapsang souchang, pu-er, darjeeling, Earl Grey, Lady Grey, jasmine tea, etc. etc.
Otherwise anything out of food, except maybe coarse fast-food stuff like McDonalds' hamburgers.
Books - too many to list.
All of the many music-playing devices (speakers, headphones, etc.).
Cell phone (this is just practical).
Tea-making utensils and tea.