For anyone interested in more than friendship:
I'm a 2-ish on the Kinsey scale, and most (but not all) of my relationship experiences have been with cis women, but I do like to flirt with cute people of any gender expression (singles or occasionally couples) who want to get into my pants, so game on, you sexy motherfuckers. I'm also polyamorous, kinky, and a switch. miz_katherine is my fabulous anchor/primary partner and nex0s_6 is my lovely long-distance partner.
I'm amicably divorced and have one child. I'm not looking to have any more, but it's fine with me if you have offspring of your own. As a general rule, folks I'm dating are unlikely to meet my kid until I've known them for quite a while—I will probably show you pictures of the cuteness though.
I prefer communication over drama and respect people who own their shit.
Smarts, compassion, and cultural literacy turn me on.
My dance card is pretty full at the moment and I have a busy life. Email me if the cut of my jib strikes your fancy. It just might be a while before I can schedule a date. No, really, I am super-fucking-busy these days. I'm interested in meeting fun new people, but scheduling's tight, yo.
I like to get down to Portland once in a while and think it would be great to have a lady/guy/couple there to visit/have visit (extra-awesome if they also like boardgames). Get at me, PDX!
most anything by:
William S. Burroughs
Ready Player One
The Girl With All the Gifts
You Will Die is fucking amazing stuff
Big Trouble in Little China
Blade Runner (all the best scifi from the 80's started with "B" apparently)
A Nightmare Before Christmas
Harold and Maude
Star Wars (original trilogy)
Streets of Fire
No Country for Old Men
There Will Be Blood
Children of Men
Wild at Heart
The Blues Brothers
Donnie Darko (preferably the director's cut)
Escape From New York
Full Metal Jacket
A Clockwork Orange
The Day The Earth Stood Still (the original, if you mention the one with Keanu, I will go all Gort on your ass)
Wrath of Khan
Shaun of the Dead
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
The Big Lebowski
Tom Waits: Big Time
Monty Python's The Meaning of Life
Most of the Marvel movies (except the Thor movies—they're only kinda OK)
What We Do In The Shadows
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
The Daily Show
The Colbert Report
The IT Crowd
Torchwood (not so much the 1st season, but 2nd season rocked)
Six Feet Under
Penn & Teller's Bullshit
The Young Ones
Monty Python's Flying Circus
Beavis & Butthead
Mystery Science Theater 3000
Ren & Stimpy
Bored to Death
Sons of Anarchy
Flight of the Conchords
Parks and Recreation
Game of Thrones
Rick and Morty
House of Cards
King of the Nerds
American Horror Story
Horace and Pete
I like a shit-ton of music from every genre and many eras.
But I am not, and never will be, a belieber.
dry rub barbeque
a corned beef sandwich at Katz's Deli
bagels with lox & cream cheese
real Mexican food
a comfy bed
people to share the last three items with (but stay clear of my caffeine or I will cut you)
I have a folder on my drive with all of the Marvel films and TV shows—organized primarily by chronological order in the MCU, and secondarily by their release date. Including 13 placeholder folders for announced future projects.
Also, I'm kinda slutty, but responsibly so.
If you have a print of The Day the Clown Cried that you're willing to screen for me.
If you own a Buckaroo Banzai & the Hong Kong Cavaliers concert tour T-shirt. Seriously, get in touch.
If you like interrobangs and Oxford commas.
If you are Julie Andrews circa 1964, Annie Lennox circa 1983, or the reincarnation of Maila Nurmi.