Not much has changed since then, except I've learned to care less and less about other people's opinions. I'm one of those people who has a unique point of view, and as time's gone on I've learned that that's not only okay, but really cool. I've grown from being super shy to not being afraid to speak my mind, whether that means giving a compliment or sharing my opinion.
I'm also funnier than I realise; I make people laugh without meaning to all the time and I love when that happens. I can get very animated and excited if you stumble across a topic that I'm passionate about; otherwise, I have to be drawn out a little bit. Either way, I'm a great listener as well as fun to be around.
I'm looking for an unconventional, confident woman to share my life with. She is both creative and down to earth, has passion for her work and is dedicated to doing what it takes to make the life she wants. She is responsible and serious without having lost the ability to have fun. She's extroverted and energetic, but quiet and thoughtful when she needs to be. She sees quirkiness as amusing and interesting and loves diversity, and of course she's open to romance with a transgender guy.
I've seen Dead Poets Society about 30 times since I was 13 and it never fails to inspire. RIP Robin Williams...
I write for a TV blog so I'd better watch a lot of TV! I don't always have time, though, but I do love Torchwood as well as procedurals like SVU. The ones that blend family and work issues are the best. Blue Bloods and in the summer Major Crimes are must-see for me for that reason.
I love Chinese and Indian food though I can't eat a lot of the things on Chinese menus anymore. I'm pre-diabetic so I'm on a sugar-free diet. Anyway, when I really like something I've eaten at a restaurant, I look online to see if it's possible for me to make it myself.
Also, not only have I watched Days of Our Lives since I was eight years old---yes, I watch a soap opera daily!--but I'm a Daniel Jonas fan.
I'm cool with making new friends--I'm not just here to meet "the one," whatever that means--so don't be afraid to say hi.