I seek loving loyal respectful companionship with a woman, sharing intellectual, cultural, music (I’m a percussionist), traveling, and related pursuits. Age/generation and race/ethnicity are unimportant and needless barriers; compatibility, trust, and openness to confide in one another are important and essential.
I’m still rather youthful even at this stage in my life. I stay young because I think young. Or so I’d like to think. I report, you decide.
And while it’s best to befriend someone nearby, geographic distance (whether regional, national, or international) need not necessarily be an absolute barrier, especially since those of us who self-identify as asexual are so hard and precious to find, and many, like me, are way hidden in the asexual closet.
Among my interests are: music, writing, critiquing, leftist politics, intellectual conversations and pursuits, philosophy, the arts and humanities, drumming, concerts, film, festivals, book talks, museums, traveling–you know, things like that.
While sometimes you might have to pry things out of me, honest communication is essential to me. I believe that true love comes over time and that compatibility doesn’t necessarily mean complete similarity. Sometimes we are attracted to people who complement us, or show strength in areas we where we have weaknesses. We don’t have to agree on absolutely everything. I am not competitive nor sexist. I don’t care if you’re smarter, more athletic/stronger than me or whatever. Just be supportive and I will be too.
People are dying inside for the one conversation they most need to have. What this means is that some people starve their whole lives waiting for that one special conversation they’re waiting to have, the one that stands out from the usual mechanical round of discourse, and addresses what people deep inside really want to hear but never do. Ditto for me, and I am good at supporting others in this regard.
The title of my autobiography would be: ”You Can’t Make This Shit Up.” Myers-Briggs Personality Type: INFP, assuming such things have value. I dunno, that’s what some online Myers-Briggs says I am. I report, you decide. 😉
I may be asexual or low libido [I consider myself hetero-romantic-asexual] but I still crave physicality in the form of kissing, hugging, cuddling, snuggling, caressing, and seek to touch a woman who shares these feelings, and in this way, we can show mutual love and feel that we are needed and wanted.