ChrysalisOpens
29 Columbia, United States
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My self-summary
Before messaging me, you need to know that I'm transgender. I discuss that a bit farther down on the page, but no one reads that far, so I'm putting it way up here at the top, too. I am labeling myself as "female" because, while it is early in my transition (hence the username), that's still what I am. As a trans-femme person, I don't want to mislead anyone (not that my picture would be insufficient to let people know that about me). :) Feel free to ask me questions about it; I'm an open book. I'm also in an open relationship with a wonderful woman. She knows about this profile.

With that said, I'm a carefree billionaire who drives around in a souped-up, armored car and beats up villains at night.

I am Justice.

I am The Night.

I am Batman.

Or, you know, maybe I'm a computer tech, student, and nerd extraordinaire. Guess you'll just have to message me and find out. ;)
What I’m doing with my life
I used to fix computers, but now I fix Internet connections. I'd like to either get paid more to do something in tech, or go into teaching at the collegiate level, or possibly writing, or maybe all of that. Also, world domination, on the side.
I’m really good at
All the things.

Every. Single. One.

I am very, very good at fixing computer problems. My awesome grammar is world-renowned, and occasionally I walk on water, just for shits and giggles.
The first things people usually notice about me
Well, most people first notice the blinding aura of awesomeness that surrounds me. Then I hand them some sunglasses, and the second thing they notice is that I am a bespectacled, rotund nerd and probably underdressed for any given occasion.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Well, my favorite books vary from month to month. My most recent favorite was Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline. The Stand will always have a special place in my heart. I like almost anything that will make me think or take me away. Bonus points if it does both. Presently I'm working through Ursula Le Guin's Hainish Cycle.

My favorite movies and shows are similar to my favorite books. I like almost anything that moves me, makes me think, or entertains me. If they manage to demonstrate a basic grasp of technology and physics in the process, so much the better; then I can just enjoy the show or movie without wanting to beat my TV. I have a strong preference for shows that have ended and resolved their plots already. I hate waiting with bated breath for the next episode, though it's a preference that has gained a lot of exceptions since Netflix started releasing their original series.

I like most music. I'm not so fond of country or bluegrass, or some of the more extreme subgenres of rock and metal (death metal, thrash metal, metalcore, hardcore, etc.).
The six things I could never do without
Air, food, water, shelter, clothing, and, on occasion, healthcare. Well, those are the boring answers. In the spirit of being less boring, here are six things (not people) I could technically do without but would be a miserable wretch if I had to:

1. My computer. Reading, writing, movies, video games--my computer honestly forms the center of my intellectual and social lives and acts as my main source of entertainment. I'm including in this my Internet connection at home, as I do about 90% of my computing in a browser.

2. My smartphone. When I was without a computer, this was my lifeline. Sometimes I think about how much ten-year-old Bex would have squeed over a modern smartphone. Back then I thought graphing calculators and early Palm Pilots were the coolest things I'd ever seen. My smartphone also gives me thing to look at when I feel overwhelmed by social situations, which happens way too easily. Since I was young I've carried something, typically a book, but now I can carry EVERYTHING.

3. Pizza. It's the One Ring of foods--terrible for me in every possible way, but it's my precious.

4. My sense of humor: sarcasm, banter, puns, and wordplay. I'm categorizing all of these as one thing even though they're technically distinct because this is my list and I want to. My

5. Privacy. I'm shy, introverted, and awkward, and overcoming that to socialize takes a lot out of me. I need alone time (or time with just my partner) to recharge.

6. My cats. Well, my cat and my partner's cat. They bring me so much joy. My cat was there through some of the loneliest, darkest times in my life.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Theology, philosophy, gender issues, technology, and taking over the world.
On a typical Friday night I am
Working till 10, then coming home, removing my pants, annoying my kitty, and watching some Netflix.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
If I'm announcing it to the whole Internet, how private could it possibly be?

As I stated above, I am a trans girl just starting off in my transition. Also, I'm kinky, and generally fall on the submissive end of the spectrum, but I've been more switchy lately.
You should message me if
If you can spell basic words and know how to start sentences with a capital letter and end them with a punctuation mark of some kind, go ahead and shoot me a message. If you're not quite to that point yet by the site's minimum age of eighteen, you just keep working on that, sport. You'll get there eventually.

As an addendum, I am mostly looking for friends right now. If you're looking for something else, especially right away, this might be the wrong place to look.
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