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I am interested in pre-op, non-op, and transvestites between 18 and 55

I am looking for Fun / dating, Making friends, Relationship, and Marriage

About

Status
Divorced
Children
n/a
Languages
English
Height
184 cm (6'0")
Weight
79 kg (174 lbs)
Body type
Athletic
Physical look
Attractive
Style
Casual
Would travel
Yes
Would relocate
Yes
Occupation
IT / communication
Education level
Master
Ethnicity
Caucasian (white)
Religion
Atheist
Eating habits
Healthy
Living
Alone
Drinking
Sometimes
Smoking
Never, I can’t stand smoke
Zodiac sign
Leo
Chinese zodiac sign
Dragon
Sexual role
n/a
First-timer
No

Description

I would describe myself as content, rather than happy; it's more sustainable. There are so many ideas and activities and projects in my life to interest me that there sometimes feels like there's not enough time in my day. I read, I write, I learn, play, cycle, listen, think, and enjoy art, design, food, wine, friends and living comfortably. I enjoy my work. I am an educated professional who would like to move to another country.

I'm looking for someone who feels the same: equally content and alive and secure in themselves. You should have some interests, be well-read, and preferably have some kind of profession.

Books: I try read a mix of fiction and non-, but have been leaning to the former recently.

Movies: Definitely go for the art films, not mainstream: I'd rather watch paint dry than a superhero moviebut hey, surprise me. I don't watch a lot of television, and I don't own a TV. I've always felt there's just too much other interesting stuff to do in life: can I really spare 13 hours on that series? That said, I admit to having enjoyed a few things on Netflix.

Music: Favourite is indy rock (see Pitchfork for instance). I also listen to jazz and electronic music, ambient quite a bit.

I usually listen to podcasts while cooking or training indoors: Sam Harris's "Waking Up" and The Moth in particular.

I'm a skeptic by nature and always interested in new informationprefer of course if it's peer-reviewed and published in a recognized journal. Into intelligent opinion pieces, too.

I'm atheist; I would call myself anti-theist. Not into anything in any way religious, whether or not it's "organized" superstition (I include here the likes of chakras, crystals, and what-have-you, as well as Abrahamic religions). I probably won't respond to you if you indicate you are anything other than atheist or agnostic.