I am in a primary relationship with MobiusGeil. I am / we are DTF other experienced non monogamists who are capable of accurately stating their needs and acting like a real friend, together or separately.
Thou art god and I am god and all that groks is god.
I live abroad for several months at a time and try to suck less at other languages. Sometimes I dabble in my former lives as a somm and a musician.
I want to learn to sail a tall ship.
Food: I've got my veggie and meat CSAs set up in New York, but still need to find foodie bars and a favoured specialty shop.
Former Chicago answer: I get the majority of my food from Farmer Tom's, Cedar Valley Sustainable, and Provenance. Honorable mention: Jam, Rootstock, Owen&Engine, Longman&Eagle, Telegraph, The Bristol, the Barrelhouse Flat, and oyster happy hour at Shaw's.
That's the only thing.
You are interested in my primary/us together and he is interested back. Message him too, I do not speak for him.
I take very few solo sexual partners. The ones I do take are usually male-presenting individuals who fit the following descriptions:
* Slim, fit, and pretty with angular features, a full compliment of hair on top of your head and minimal-to-none on your body. See: MobiusGeil, bltoaster, foolishfromspace, the Warwick University Rowing Team Calendar
* Smart, well-socialized, and not shy. Professional performers usually fit this bill.
*Possessing a disciplined, purposeful vocabulary of movement. Physical actors, circus performers, ballerinos. Bonus points for musical fluency: I brake for collegiate a capella, tenors, and marching percussion.
I've realized recently I am a "Manhattan type" as far as working artists go. It takes a certain minimum level of hustle, drive, and commercialism to make it as a professional artist in the city, as well as a high level of competence in your discipline. I'm finding I have a lot in common with others who've been sorted by this mechanism, and it's kind of a relief to not have to explain things to each other.
I used to be a "Brooklyn type" in my early 20s, when I ran a big ol' DIY art collective/hippie commune, and I still hold affection for that life... but full time performing artists managing to stay afloat in the city please step to the front of the line.