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My self-summary
I am curious, kind, honest and open. San Francisco has been my home for 29 years - I am that lucky. I am committed to my two adult children (ages 20 and 22), a Katrina dog named Tooloulou, and an assortment of ideas about how to improve the world.

I split my time between San Francisco and Geneva - about 1/2 time in each place. I am looking for connections in France or Geneva or San Francisco. I hope for adventure, discovery, conversation, dining, dancing, and friendship.

I have had many kinds of relationships - some very long, some intense, and some easy. I appreciate the comforts and adventures of partnership.
What I’m doing with my life
My passion is academic medical research that aspires to end the HIV epidemic. I enjoy the company of friendly and affectionate people. I am exploring what is honest and human (eg: novels, cooking, biodanza, other dance, music, painting, cuddling, HAI, Bikram, surfing, OM, BM, mindful mischief, painting, sculpture, poetry - any suggestions?). I ride a bike to work.
I’m really good at
The first things people usually notice about me
Nice voice.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Notable Recent Reads: Deida's "Ways of a superior man," and Coelho's "Alchemist."

Currently Reading: "The light we cannot see," and Levine's "In an unspoken voice."

My favorite places are Harbin (so sad about the fire, and thinking about Pheonix myths), Esalen, Carmel point, and my own bed in the morning light - either alone or with you. I like cities too, especially San Francisco, Geneva, Lima, Rio, London, Paris, Rome and Cape Town.
Six things I could never do without
Spirited and intelligent conversation,
Pillow talk,
The ocean.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Writing and words.
On a typical Friday night I am
Listening to music in a small venue, at a house party, seeing theater, or giving you a foot rub (forward thinking).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I like the sound of a dishwasher. Whoosh, whoosh.
You should message me if
you think we could have an interesting conversation or have fun.
The two of us