Gotta put that warning out there, but really, I'm a pretty nice person. I'm married, but I'm still on this site to meet other females or couples that are looking for friends (and maybe friends with benefits!) My husband and I are long-time swingers and enjoy meeting other people who are open about their sexuality but we are by no means pushy about it. No, I will not have a threesome with you without my husband present, but we are very open to a full or soft swap scenario. I am absolutely open to getting together with a female one on one, but I'm not really looking for a long-term, committed secondary relationship. Right now I mostly just want to have fun. Having been on the other end of the "bi girl on OKC" stick, I know how obnoxious the unicorn hunters can be, so I tend not to message other people very often because I don't want to come across as aggressive. I genuinely like getting to know new people, sex or no sex. I am attracted to people of many different gender orientations and truly believe that embracing your sexuality is a healthy, positive thing. While I want to be upfront about that stuff, it's definitely not the end-all of who I am.
As for the actual "who am I" bit, I've spent the last 10 years trying to figure that out and I think I'm finally coming up with some answers. I'm a hopeless optimist trapped in the real world, a happy homebody who sometimes comes down with a strong case of wanderlust. I am a giver by nature, but I'm not afraid to receive in return. I have a deep love for words and language, but I'm a lazy literarian who spends more time reading pop fiction than Shakespeare - though I can still recite you a sonnet or two. I am just as comfortable in a cocktail dress and heels as I am in cargo pants and work boots, I like to do my nails just as much as I like getting my hands dirty, and I absolutely hate being told that I can't do something. I would do absolutely anything for the people I love, and I have a very long temper - except when I don't. I am loving, and I am flawed, and I am very, very human. And you know what? I wouldn't change that for anything.