It's a beautiful world to explore. I'm usually pretty "ethically non-monogamous": Good people who are open and honest with each other should be able to grow all of their relationships as much as each is right for them, without external pressures or constraints. I'm not anti-monogamy; sometimes that can be the right thing, too.
I would be glad to talk about what I want and, if you can talk about what you want, then we can figure things out. If you're not great at talking about feelings or what you might need in a relationship... then we've just got some more work to do.
I'm back rediscovering Boston.
This is my favorite city, and it still feels like home. I'm taking stage manager gigs for circus and burlesque shows, and solidifying a neat mathy-coding career.
Intimacy, boardgame cunning, and proportionate-response punning.
I make a pretty sold broccoli-mango guac, too.
Paul Simon, Flogging Molly, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Sonic Youth, Florence + the Machine, Massive Attack, The Rapture, Mos Def & Talib Kweli, M.I.A., and almost every cover of "All Along the Watchtower." Make me a mix tape and I'll swoon.
Books will take some thought. It'll definitely include some William Gibson, Will Shakespeare, Rudy Rucker, Jennifer Egan, and Kieron Gillian. I love Through the Looking Glass and F Scott Fitzgerald's prose. Hunter S Thompson is great, but I can't stand Kerouac.
I have a knee deep "to read" pile. Things there that I will never finish include: Finnegan's Wake, Charles Foster Wallace's anything, the last dozen Shakespeares, and Guns, Germs & Steel.