boredbythesea
30 Sevilla, Spain
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My self-summary
literature, rock'n'roll, social justice, bad jokes, attention-seeking, big ideas, bigger life changes.

likes: good hair, smarts, humour, creativity. bisexuals who call themselves queer. poly/non-monogamous people who aren't preachy wankers. kinky people who aren't manipulative creeps. semi-ironic Guardian readers. badass revolutionaries.

PLEASE NOTE: I'm not into IM/skype chat with strangers, I'm not interested in your sexual fantasies, and I don't want to hear about your dick. at least save it til the third drink of the first date, jeez.
What I’m doing with my life
reading, writing, exploring, living in various weird and wonderful places. recently I cycled through central London at rush hour and then had to reset a switch in a fusebox full of exposed wires in the basement of a squat where the leccy had been fixed by an amateur electrician with limited sense of danger and a fondness for controlled substances. the fact that I'm still alive right now probably means that I'm immortal, so whatever I do with my life should last for some time.
I’m really good at
conversational referential comedy, doing stuff with words, making babies smile, chairing meetings, cooking porridge
The first things people usually notice about me
I'd like to say stunning beauty or sparkling intellect or a bottom that makes Beyonce weep with envy, but to be honest it's probably the bright red hair, the fluorescent green backpack or the fact I've just walked into a lamppost
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
my favourite literary genre is books about socially marginalised punks trying to figure out how their aesthetic & lifestyle choices fit with their complex identities, family histories and traumas. you wouldn't think there would be enough books in that category to call it a genre but there totally are.

other things I like include believable futuristic dystopias, feminist literature, superheroes, puns, harmonies, messing with generic conventions, coffee, apple pie, avocados.
The six things I could never do without
music. books. dancing. hugs. making plans for the future. omelette.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
activism, feminism, radical queer politics, pros and cons of vigilante justice, whether it's accurate to call yrself an anarchist when yr a bit scared of violence and skeptical about revolution, books, girls, interesting projects, displacement activity, what the hell I'm doing with my life, why it's so impossible to skip edible avocados. that thing where you feel like you're falling in love with someone but maybe you just think you're falling in love with them because they're so good at oral sex. you know, the big questions.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I keep getting messages telling me I'm "down to earth", I know this is supposed to be a compliment but I secretly find it deeply annoying because I would rather be perceived as a whirlwind of slightly intimidating excitement and allure.
You should message me if
so one time I had this really great dream: I was reading Shakespeare in a cafe and tapping my fingers on the table in the rhythm of the verse as I read and this really attractive person came up to me and looked deep into my eyes and recited the dictionary definition of iambic pentameter. then we went back to their house, which happened to be a stately home with an indoor swimming pool, and had sex.

so basically you should message me if you're a beautiful millionaire who knows what trochaic substitution is.
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