I am an unrepentant advocate for equal rights with a lust for knowledge and understanding of the world around me.
I’ve an unapologetic love of my singlehood, but also enjoy the company of my lone Friend-with-Benefits of 8 years, as well as my friends, a few awesome customers, and (most of) my family.
I love debating, learning, empathizing, and considering new viewpoints, and will change my mind if presented with a rational, bias-free argument. Thus, discussion is always welcomed.
The opinions, thoughts, ideas, and stories that fill this site are mine, but feel free to comment on or link to them elsewhere. (Just please give credit and a pingback when you do.) If you want me to post on a certain topic, or wish to privately discuss something I’ve written about, simply use the “Contact Me” page.
Other randoms about me;
Ethnicity: German and Irish American
Birthday: June 20, 1984
Religion: Secular Pagan
No, I don’t think gender is wholly a social construct. I have gender dysphoria (which I’ve written numerous posts on), and I think that some aspects of sex identity are biological, not cultural. Please don’t accuse me of being a feminist…I’m not. If I was male-bodied, I’d be a MGTOW if anything.
Favorite videogames: DragonAge Origins, Lost Odyssey, Kingdoms of Amalur, Legend of Zelda franchise, The Bard’s Tale, Fable: Lost Chapters, Dreamfall, Playboy: The Mansion, Legend of Dragoon, Guardian’s Crusade, Altered Beast, Tales of Destiny, Baten Kaitos.
Favorite movies/shows: What Dreams May Come, Spaceballs, Farscape, Star Wars Clone Wars animated series, Monty Python’s Life of Brian, Stephen Hawking’s Universe, Bicentennial Man, Hellboy, Good Morning Vietnam, Howl’s Moving Castle, I Robot, A-Team, Big Bang Theory, Once Upon A Time, Guardians of the Galaxy, Blazing Saddles, Harvey (old black & white movie about a tulpa), Les Miserables, Grease, Dogma, Inuyasha and Ranma 1/2 franchises, anything with explosions, comedy, and superheroes/fantasy settings.
Favorite books: Dragonsong by Anne McCaffrey, The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien, Pornucopia by Piers Anthony, and anything written by Shirley Jackson, Ray Bradbury, Terry Pratchett, and Isaac Asimov.
Thanks for reading. Feel free to ask any questions!