I graduated from Concordia, in a program called Theatre and Development. I studied a lot of theatre for social change, different ways of creating (ex: collective creation), community engaged and community informed arts, etc.
(This one will be beaten someday, I'm certain. It's brilliant but I'm not very well read in terms of fiction... the past few years I've been on a frenetic non-fiction binge! As though I'm scared to lose myself in a novel and be disconnected from the world.)
Favourite non-fiction book: WILD THEATRE, A History of One Yellow Rabbit by Martin Morrow
Favourite tv show, which I doubt will ever be beat, because I doubt that I will ever be as engaged with a tv show as I was when I was 13: Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Movies, music and food are hard! So many!
#2, feminism specifically
#3, artistic experiences
#4, children being around at least sometimes
#5, the freedom to put together my own outfits/construct my own physical image
#6, celebrations with friends, whether they be parties or potlucks or anything! Any kind of collective release of tension and embracing of the moment
Also, feminism is a massive part of the lens through which I consider these things. I spend a lot of time thinking about gender. If you're really passionate about re-thinking gender identity, we could have a great time exchanging thoughts.
Note about that: I think it's really not okay that OKcupid has only "male" and "female" for gender options, and if you're someone with a different or more fluid identity, know that I'm cool with it, no questions asked ;) It says "bisexual" on my profile, but even that word is limiting because it suggests there are only two options! Screw that. I think each person's gender is as individual as their thumbprint.
Also; don't message me if you want to tell me why you "disagree" with my version of feminism. There's no way you could get a full picture of what I'm talking about from this profile.