Journal-blog about my life as a heteroflexible male in an open relationship along with posts of various things that turn me on.
I’m more fully recognizing two halves of my mind that are competing with each other. On the one side, I want to just do fun frivolous nerd things like watch movies, read comics, and consume other pop culture silliness. On the other side I was to let all that go and focus on pursuing financial independence and spiritual evolution. One might say “Why not have both?” But they literally feel to be mutually exclusive
I’ve reactivated my OkCupid account. Partly to see what’s out there, but also partly as an experiment to see if my new specifications bear fruit.
In the past I’ve been contacted by women that I don’t find attractive, or don’t feel any chemistry with. However, the list of potential matches with my new specs are promising, but I haven’t had the time/energy to properly write anyone.
I did meet one sweety a few months ago on OkC right before I deactivated it. It turned out she already knew my queer/poly circle of friends like Mr. ChemE. We had sex once, but we were really drunk and dehyrdated, so there’s not much to write about, other than it was pleasant. It didn’t ruin our friendship and we hang out when we’re not busy. She has an official boyfriend now, and they’re definitely appropriate for each other. She’s poly of course, and I think there might still be sexy-fun-time possibilities between us.
Anyway, there’s a particular gal about year older than me on OkC that I’m particularly interested in contacting. She hasn’t been on OkC in over a month, so that’s a mild concern. I’m hoping that any message I send her doesn’t get lost in the sea of emails from other men vying for her attention. I’ll just have to make it good. ;)
ps: I’m tempted, primarily out of curiosity, to pay the site to let me see who’s been “liking” my profile.