40 Longview, United States
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My self-summary
Liberal, bisexual, polyamorous, vegan, wiccan.

I am happily married, but I would never pass up the opportunity to explore a connection with someone. I would love the opportunity to bring more love into the world with another partner or two, or however many my schedule would permit. That's not to say I am opposed to the occasional one-time hook-up, though. My wife and I also like to play together with interested parties.

We do dream of someday bringing another partner into our lives for the long-term. However, if that is not you or your vision, feel free to contact me anyway. As I say, it is a "dream," and we would not pass up the opportunity to have some fun because we are holding out for something "meaningful." I can find meaning in just about any encounter.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a PhD Student in Clinical Psychology. I am in my doctoral practicum/internship phase and should be graduated by winter of 2015.
I’m really good at
Tearing apart different theologies and finding the similarities rather than the differences. I can make most people laugh. Teenagers admire me . . .
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm a bit arrogant - but who wouldn't be with such uncanny good looks, intellectual power, and spontaneous wit?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Anything by Terry Brooks, Bart Ehrman, or Deepak Choppra.

Movies: Dune (the one with Kyle Mcglaughlin, not that Sci-Fi Channel piece of crap remake), The Empire Strikes Back, Superman Returns, Torch Song Trilogy, Repo: The Genetic Opera, Night of the Living Dead (1990 Tom Savini Remake), and Flash Gordon.

Music: Drum Sex, Def Leppard, Ray Lynch, Enya, and Jazz.

Food: Veggies! I love veggies!
The six things I could never do without
1. Learning
2. Loving
3. Laughing
4. Good Food
5. Good Friends
6. Good Sex
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Social Change. How can we as a species better ourselves for the long-haul through positive social support systems?
On a typical Friday night I am
Staying just on this side of "out of trouble."
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm brutally honest. So, basically: if you don't really want the answer, don't ask the question.
You should message me if
If you have even a passing interest in knowing more. Really good idea if you are a 20-30 year old female looking for a family to join, need stable housing during your education/career advancement, and would like as much help as we would in bringing a child into the world.