36Buenos Aires, Argentina
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My self-summary
I'm a writer & filmmaker & "po-mo intellectual hipster." I moonlight as a poet but only to pay off my student loans.

Four years ago I threw everything I owned into the garbage and moved to South America. I was attacked twice by gangs of children, robbed by a pregnant woman, and ate worms in the Amazon Rainforest (now I'm not afraid of bugs anymore). People got in a line to take photos with me at the Gold Museum in Bogotá because I am excessively tall. I feel generally positive about life and good about other people but often in a dark and surreal way. The possibility of living a radically nonjudgmental life interests me more than anything.
What I’m doing with my life
One day a man got on the train with a woman holding a crying baby. He said, "Ladies and gentlemen, I'm a young father, trying to make a living the only way I know how...", then rapped for three stops about beating the shit out of people while the baby cried. When he offers a career seminar I will take it.
I’m really good at
Making you laugh when I hit my head on the subway.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm a butterface.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Chogyam Trungpa, Marie Calloway, Mary Gaitskill, Frank O'Hara, Don Delillo, Anais Nin, Dan Savage.

Tree of Life, Casablanca, Post Tenebras Lux, Luz Silenciosa, La Dolce Vita, Inland Empire, Twin Peaks, Jules and Jim, Band of Outsiders, Barry Lyndon, pretentious, bad horror, good horror.
Six things I could never do without
That awkward moment in the theater after a great movie ends
Drinking the first five cups of coffee after waking up
Being near the ocean
Wearing costumes
Mulder & Scully
British sketch comedy
Gender (j/k false construct, doesn't count)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The Hubble Ultra Deep Field. Intersectionality. Faulkner's Nobel Prize acceptance speech. Seems like the way we relate to others is the only valuable thing in life so I want to have valuable relationships.

Why do so many people on here say, "Only write if you can keep up with me"? Are you going to challenge me to a race?
On a typical Friday night I am
At a stranger's party I found out about through facebook stalking.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I shower in the nude
You should message me if
(Only looking for relationships based on non-possession/non-monogomy/honest communication)

You're mature, smart as hell, and don't take yourself too seriously. Your mind goes from classy to the gutter in a heartbeat. You're not into Ayn Rand or Richard Dawkins. You think we're all human beings regardless of politics, religion, or geography (except, of course, the French).

Also, it probably won't work out if: you're in any way homophobic, racist, transphobic, or misogynist (yes, being unwilling to date bisexual people is homophobic), or you have no interest in 'alternative' relationships.

Unless we're 99% enemies, then we must meet... so I can destroy you.

(Also also: I have never written back to anyone that's used that Quickmatch / star rating thing, and if you are about to do that just say "hi" instead.)
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