I understand the metrics by which people evaluate each other's worth, and reject most of them on a personal level. I might want to raise a kid someday, but not for certain, and not anytime soon.
I have a number of fandoms that I keep tabs on. These include Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts Homestuck, My Little Pony, Sonic, Smash Bros, Phoenix Wright, Haruhi Suzumiya, and Studio Ghibli. I usually get through a 13-episode anime once or twice a month.
When I encounter a complex series like Kingdom Hearts or Homestuck, I tend to research every facet of it. I find such stories fascinating.
Some of my favorite videos come from Speed Demos Archive and TASVideos. I hold all the speedrun records for a Genesis title called Crusader of Centy. I am currently unlocking every cutscene in FFXI Online in order to record a Youtube playlist.
* Eliezer Yudkowsky
* Aubrey de Grey
* Twilight Sparkle
* Great Teacher Onizuka
* Phoenix Wright
* Ginko (Mushishi)
I spend a great deal of time listening to atheism and philosophy podcasts, and arguing with theists online. It's a good way for me to vent my frustration with irrational thinking in the world, so I don't have to take it out on my friends. Sometimes I manage to explain the secular viewpoint in such a way that my debate partner concedes to its sensibility, but I never expect people to change their minds overnight.
Unlike most men I am not terribly interested in sex. What I can offer you is a warm cuddlebuddy, a video game partner, an intellectual friend, some furniture-moving muscle, and a shoulder to cry on. I expect the same from a partner. I am also open to polyamory, whereby if one of us feels that our romantic or sexual needs are not being fulfilled, it is acceptable to seek out additional partners to fill those needs.
My love languages (the things I appreciate most) are physical touch and words of affirmation. What I am best at offering is quality time and acts of service (I am very loyal and selfless when it comes to people I care about). I see gifting as a waste of money.