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My self-summary
I've fleshed out the Q&A portion of my profile with greater detail and explanation — some of the questions aren't as simple as choosing one of the few options provided, and context can make a big difference in how those answers are interpreted.

I don't believe in "guilty pleasures" because I don't believe in issuing guilt to pleasure. If it makes you happy and hurts no one, lean in and get weird.

I'm not treating this with any urgency — more into relationships which complement than complete each other. I'm also into polyamory and ethical non-monogamy, so if you already have a partner, their input and feelings are important to me, too.

Sex-positive, kinky feminist into disrupting gender norms. We can discuss that more as it becomes relevant, though.
The first things people usually notice about me
You tell me.
Six things I could never do without
-Intersectional feminism
-Deep, hearty belly laughs
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How awesome it is that our brains just perform complex tasks like decoding language or physics without consciously thinking about it. I've never been hit by a car in my life, but I've never actively calculated for velocity or inertia before/while crossing the street. If you don't think that's fascinating, we may be very different animals.

What the person on the bus next to me was like as a child (or what they'll be like as an adult/elder). I'm curious about the personal stories of the background actors in my life.

On a typical Friday night I am
6/7 of the way through the calendar week.

I don't like 'typical', but I could happily make TED Talks & old-fashioneds my default fallback.

I'm a big fan of whimsy. Let's have an adventure.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Given the chance, I will totally snoop your iTunes/music library and high-five you for your guilty pleasures.

Hyperbole is literally worse than Hitler.
You should message me if have a suggestion as to who should play me in the film about my life. have a TED Talk you want to recommend. want to play a real-life game of "Where's Waldo?" — candy stripe costume, glasses; I head downtown, you find me. want to join me for wine and board games in the park, or tell ghost stories at night. know a good riddle.

These are just fun ways to meet new people. I don't take OKC meet-ups too seriously. No pressure, no expectation, no worries. If we click, cool; if not, cool.
The two of us