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My self-summary

Are you at the office 23 hours a day toiling away your youth in a caffeine fueled, fluorescent lit race to squeeze every last bit of achievement ahead of a ticking biological clock?

Are you wondering if there's more to life in this city than brunch, seasonal depression, and getting rubbed up on by 50 strangers squeezing in to get the bartender's attention at a networking event?

Are you unfulfilled sexually?


I am the most radical, bitchin’, mind-blowing internet-dating experience in ALL of OkCupid. All Internet honeys are STOKED when I’m around, regardless of race or socioeconomic status.

You will be on me like a recent transplant on a ClassPass promo code by the time we've had our fourteenth drink.

As we're ascending toward your gentrified apartment, up those fifty flights of booty-toning stairs, yo' horny ass fingers are going to be texting your roommate, "Yo girl, pretend that you're asleep."

Do I do relationships?

What I’m doing with my life
Former massage therapist working in tech for progressive causes to support a compulsive retirement habit.

Born in NYC. Currently splitting my time between SF and DC. Try-coastal.
I’m really good at
Running. Preferably not in circles. And toward, not away from things.

Also, being open. Unless I'm truly unaware of an emotion that I'm feeling, I'm pretty good at expressing my feelings (or lack of feelings) honestly, openly, and directly.

But not inappropriately or overbearingly. I try to draw the line somewhere between sending a "thumbs up" emoji and crying during sex.
The first things people usually notice about me
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Reading "Love in the Time of Cholera" expanded my repertoire of emotions. Márquez is a genius.

I also enjoy reading internet dating profiles. I think they're an interesting medium, and therefore refuse to switch to Tinder/Bumble/etc.
The six things I could never do without
Sunny days, bicycles, books, the produce aisle, access to natural bodies of water, and occasionally, YO' MOMMA.

"I can't live without my passport" is the new "I love long walks on the beach."
I spend a lot of time thinking about
That's more of an in-person thing.
On a typical Friday night I am
As you can see from my profile photographs, I tend to spend my Friday nights knitting and exploring the depths of the personalities of my many, many cats.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I had a near death experience recently (unintentionally).

I highly recommend having one if you need a quick, no bullshit evaluation of how you're doing.
You should message me if
you are considering copying and pasting entire segments of my profile.

Or if the following words would rarely be used to describe you: bored, boring, codependent, conservative, religious ("spiritual" is cool though), dramalicious.

Or on the more affirmative side of things, note that I'm both:

a) a feminist, and:

b) independently confident enough in my own masculinity to appreciate good things in my vicinity without feeling threatened.

So feel free to be:

c) smarter, taller, funner, funnier, more athletic, more successful, more privileged, more carnivorous, a better writer, more informed-on-a-topic-that-I-have-an-opinion-on, etc etc than I am.

It won't faze me one bit.

I still reserve the right to have more facial and chest hair, however.

Congratulations. We've now reached the end of my internet dating advértisement. So ACT NOW. Write me. And we'll get started on making you happier than a Mormon on her honeymoon.