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reserving physical intimacy due to non-religious values).The rundown: Physically-fit, been told by several women I am attractive Financially-independent and making good money Currently attaining a Masters STEM degree with a 4.0 GPA and honors Comfortable socializing in a wide range of gatherings(wild parties, wine tastings, group hikes, etc.), but also down for quieter introvert hangouts A good dancer (takes lessons regularly)To make this clear right off the bat; I'm looking for some intimate company as well as friendship, all in one package.I am looking for someone who made the same choice I did; a decision not affected by fears, deities or lack of alternatives, but determined through their own perspective.Aside from looking for a potential-partner, I'm here to see if there is some sort of community for people like me, or others who might feel the same way I do (i.e.It could be entirely anonymous (no video), but I'm sadly not huge on texting, hence my preference for voice, which I find to be a more human-like medium and experience.I can understand obvious hesitance that some people could have; from my end I would do everything I could to preserve the sense of propriety and mutual respect.My rationale is that it might help to give others a perspective on how to structure potential connection (if any, depending on what you think, after finishing reading my post).I've posted this quite a few times, so my sincere apologies to the not-first-time readers.
Philosophically speaking, my interests concern mostly ethics and aesthetics.
That’s a little play on some song that talks about being lonely.
But you see I’ve changed the words to indicate that I’m hungry. I'm at such a point in my life where I have some time to talk, but a lot of people who reply, seem to have normal busy lives, so it's difficult to bond, especially given the time difference.
If you don't recognise some of those names, it could be a plus, because we could mutually enhance our preferences in music.
Literature: non-fiction (microhistory, biographies, geography and culture); fiction as in sci-fi, mystery, thriller, subtle philosophical supernatural horror.
General interests: literature, art history, philosophy, psychology, economics, languages, geography.