TL;DR: feminism, intersectional, fat acceptance, spoonie, radical left, tattoos piercings and bright hair, fatter in real life, extrovert with anxiety, crush bigots and then share cat memes.
I tend to go for radically progressive and compassionate people who have more than a streak of non conformity and are fluent in social justice. I'll admit to kind of being a sucker for piercings, tattoos (ones that aren't sexist, racist, etc), and manic panic hair, but send me a message if you think we'd get along.
I have one tattoo and four total piercings- ears, tragus, septum, and labret with no reason to think I'll stop there. (Update: I had to take my labret out, but I'm hoping to get it redone at a different angle soon)
I want to cuddle on the couch and talk about privilege together.
I like puns.
I'm a reformed romantic and my patronus is Megara... although Pottermore says it's a Deerhound.
I'm a feminist, a fat acceptance activist. I like board games and I love hosting game nights. You name a hair color and I've probably done it. I literally wouldn't hurt a fly and I'm pretty political- yeah, one of those dirty socialists you keep hearing about. I tend to say really weird or ridiculous things which sometimes translates to me being really funny or just really weird with the occasional awkward.
Having game nights.
Planning my next tattoos.
Being a spoonie for life.
I'm going to live as much as I can while I still can and I've only for 3 spoons to offer. Let's make them stretch.
Books - Harry Potter , The Ocean at the End of The Lane, Wicked, Things No One Will Tell Fat Girls
Movies - fantasy, sci-fi, young adult movies that have been made into movies. Anything except horror/gore.
Music - Mary Lambert, The Family Crest, Rihanna, Elle King, Peter Hollens, Wicked (the musical)
TV: Supernatural, Doctor Who, Agents of Shield, Steven Universe
Food: I'm vegan and i do more baking than cooking
2: Modern Medicine.
4: People who remind me to stop and live in the moment
5: Connections with people
6: Feeling loved and wanted
You're so off into the radical left that even your liberal college buddies think you've gone too far.
You think activism is essential to changing the world.
You're fluent in fat acceptance.
I will judge you by whether or not you like cats.