And I'm married (gasp!) - happily (double-gasp!), for 20 years. We have a healthy, open relationship that is an extension of our trust and desire for each other to continually grow.
Message me if you're curious about or are comfortable with ethical non-monogamy
movies: i grew up watching fred astaire, so that's hard to beat. but the deer hunter rates among the best along with man facing southeast, last tango in paris, kirisawa's dreams (the climbing scene stands out), buster keaton's 'the general', annie hall, raging bull, midnight cowboy, vertigo, casablanca, lawrence of arabia and many others.
music: gilberto gil and jorge ben. their collaboration was amazing. the water boys' rendition of 'this is the sea' sends ripples through my skin, as does van morrison's rendition of 'sweet thing'. kurt weil/uta lemper, arvo paart, phillip glass and wagner's ring cycle all elevate and transform in their own way. and a nod to philip glass' satyagraha. Dum dum girls, hurray for the riff raff, and if we're talking local bands, right now i'm into the california honeydrops.
food: i cooked professionally for years and have a soft spot for southwestern sauces. but you can't beat the basic italian trito. or tapas in barcelona or san sebastian. everything tastes good in those towns.
- warm home-made bread
- open water
- a challenge to create something new
- a sense of history
- deep connections with very few people
- a sense of adventure
You know a thing or two about non-monogamy.
You are interested in what you've read, but you have 'who are single' under what you're looking for. because i rarely message people with that qualifier.