I live in London. Moved here for work but my heart belongs to the north, Sheffield in particular.
I work in community development, it's great. Not sure it's particularly fashionable to love your job but I do.
I do craft. Well I start craft. My speciality is half finished scarves, individual mittens and unframed cross stitch.
I'm fairly opinionated. Lefty, secular, intersectional feminist politics floating my boat mainly. You know those people who say you shouldn't talk about politics on a first date? They're wrong.
I love maths.
My favourite book is Alice in Wonderland.
My favourite place is by the sea.
My favourite thing to smash is the patriarchy.
I'm untidy, I speak truth to power, I'm sex positive and try to body positive every day but recognise that it's ok to find that hard sometimes. I'm anxious and try to talk about it fearlessly to give others permission to do so.
Slowly and bravely becoming one of those women with awesome tattoos.
Tea is important to me. Brew, then sugar/honey, then milk. Non negotiable. I will make you delicious tea.
Championing other women.
Drinking small quantities of wine.
Sneaking song titles into presentations.
Catching trains with seconds to spare.
Spotting Shakespeare quotes.
Getting my train ticket out of the self service machine really quickly.
On first conversation - I'm quite sarcastic but never mean, interested in your opinions and happy to share my own. I can't hold my liquor.
I have an excellent tattoo.
My electric blanket
A job that makes me want to get out of bed in the morning
You're not going to lecture me on how I'm getting my feminism wrong.
Your books/films/TV list isn't made up entirely of white men.
If you vote Tory, use the phrase 'benefit scroungers' or call your girlfriends 'the Mrs', maybe we should give it a miss.
*I am in a long-term, serious, open relationship. I'm looking to meet like-minded folk who value good communication, great sex and who aren't looking for a romantic connection.*