I am not monogamous. I build relationships on love, respect, and trust, but not on exclusivity. I live with a partner with whom I have established long-term commitments. I'm not looking for serious commitment elsewhere, but I'm not looking just for casual sex either. Let's talk about what we want and expect from each other and why, and find something that might be satisfying for both of us.
I'm skeptical of those who have never felt the need to question the status quo.
First: I'm self-diagnosed on the autism spectrum. For the purposes of this short profile, that means I learn social skills through the same sort of deliberate, analytical process that someone else might use when studying for a math test. Even empathy is a carefully practiced skill for me, not something that just happens.
Second: I don't get gender. I never have. Growing up everyone always tried to treat me as male, but it never really took, I guess. I don't know what "being male" is supposed to mean. I'm acutely aware that being read as male grants me lots of subtle privileges, but that just makes me even more uncomfortable with it. And frankly I've never been a very good male - the sort of people who care about that sort of thing tend to see through it, and I think I just make them feel awkward. Lately I've been more interested in deliberately subverting gender, male privilege, and the patriarchy in general whenever I can.
I'm open to a wide range of relationship structures, including asexual relationships, with a wide range of gender identities. I'm open to having a conversation about non-monogamy if it's not something you have experience with.
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