I have made a heartfelt effort to try 'ethical polyamory'. It didn't work for me. I am wired to be monogamous, of course not at the onset of dating, but at a point where mutual intent is expressed to go deeply. I appreciate the level of deep communication that polyamorous people recognize is needed in relationship. I have yet to fully understand 'compersion' on a feeling level. My monogamy is not 'assumed,' but a place born of 'intention.'
I seek a man, who is happy in his chosen work. He is perceptive, open-hearted rather than jaded, adventurous (and maybe--sshhh!--a little 'dangerous') in the ways of love, as well as how he likes to traipse the world. One who welcomes, and invites transparency and communication; an alive and evolved man. This is who will make me look twice.
*A literary way with a sentence is seductive to me.
*please read Addendum.
enjoying the beauty of my 60s.
cooking whole foods.
submitting (complicated by a rebel nature)
making things beautiful.
navigating the healthcare system.
my breasts and my "guns"
my height, changing hair, my Style
3-my tribe of close friends
6-creative expression through writing
-love in its myriad forms
-this next stage of life
-how to communicate effectively using active listening, perhaps nonviolent communication.
-why do so many men announce, as if it is a commonly-held good quality, that they like "all music except Rap"?
-why are grammatically-challenged, "God-fearing," military, very young and far-away men attracted to me?
ADDENDUM---IF INTERESTED, PLEASE READ:
1--Please write a thoughtful paragraph of introduction like a real gentleman. No "hi pretty"--- i will erase this immediately.
2--Please note that "God-fearing," or "Republican/Conservative" or "Military man" and even Long Distance, will NOT be a match.
3--I ask that you answer at least some of the OK Cupid questionnaire. It offers something about who you are, perhaps sparking my curiosity. I call it "reciprocity…."