Many of my close friends or partners are LGBTQ people. I'm straight and cis, into non-monogamy and polyamory. I've also done monogamy recently. I guess I just have trouble being faithful... with ideologies! Zzzing!
I have quality friendships with people who are not like me demographic or interest-wise. I'd say that open-mindedness is a core value, something I'm proud of.
I'm punk rock but I love old people.
I've been nomadic and am now moving back to Montreal after 7 years away. Most recently I was in Sweden for a year, France for two, and before that I was back and forth between different cities in canada, and Ghana, Tanzania, and Ukraine.
I love nature, and I love people and cities and getting mixed up in everything.
My close friends, would say that I am open, ambitious, curious, self-doubting, hilarious, resourceful and caring.
My close enemies would call me a feminist, a dilettante and a killjoy.
Writing (less than I dance).
Talking politics, anarchism, community resistance and the like.
Learning about and talking about feminism and trying to be less sexist.
Trying to be less damn smug and always failing.
Making and seeing theatre.
Working with www.roofs4refugees.ca.
Studying Shambhala Buddhism and meditating.
DIY projects, cooking, journaling, reading lots, languages.
Rock climbing, partying, television watching, camping, hitchhiking, yoga, board games.
Radical politics n stuff.
Carly Rae Jepsen (Emotion)
Movies n Tv
The Horse Boy
L'Écume des Jours (mood indigo)
Incendies (and anything theatre by Wajdi Mouawad)
Gender, sexuality, anarchism, creativity, resistance, community, theatre, disability, madness.
What to eat for supper.
You think the truth is generally a slippery construction, but you still have principles.
You're getting tired of making prescriptions for your wellbeing.
You're open to different kinds of relationships, and not repelled by polyamory, ethical non-monogamy, and the like. You're open also to making a new, interesting friend, without too many expectations.