Hello there! Maybe this situation will pique your interest. Maybe it won't. Let's see!
We are a FF couple, both 34 years of age, looking for an incredibly intelligent, intellectual man who is passionate about the built environment and place. One who loves the outdoors. And one who is open to the nuances in life.
I am currently in a long-term committed relationship with a lesbian, butch woman who is one of the most brilliant people I know. We love to talk about energy sustainability, place, the future of cities, aesthetics, community, human interactions, housing renovations, and generally geek out and laugh. While I identify as "mostly heterosexual" or "heteroflexible", I am in totally in love with my current partner. And I might add that the sex is fabulous. We are seeking a man to join us in a three-way, committed relationship - a man who wants to have children, be an excellent father, dedicate themselves to their passions, practice self-reflection and healthy communication, is pursuing work that he loves, and wants to have a fulfilling, loving, and sexually naughty relationship with us.
We currently own our home in Ithaca, NY and are quite interested in dating men from anywhere, with the hope of it leading to a long-term commitment, partnership, and family.
I am an immensely curious, extraordinarily articulate, brilliantly well-educated, always serious and always silly, smarty - pants. I am most interested in constructing a greater community that revolves around urban planning, sharing, compassion, and sustainability. I thrive on having a dialogue and creating a dialogue amongst different groups of people with a singular commonality.
I love dogs and am probably unhealthily obsessed with my own. (and I just got a 2nd dog!) I am always up for a good roadtrip. I've crossed the country several times. And cozying in a tent is always a great reason to leave the city. Really, I am open minded, and open minded with how i spend my time. Maybe you could be, too.
And I still haven't lost the romantic notion of a great deep love.
A former foodie turned vegan returned to foodie. The vegan lifestyle was a bit challenging and didn't suit my vitamin and nutrient needs. I love dining out, trying new restaurants and food combinations, and am an avid follower of the James Beard Foundation. I don't care if it's a hole in the wall as long as it's quality. I'm also a pretty decent cook, if I do say so myself, and get relatively experimental in the kitchen, oftentimes with excellent results. I tend to do things up pretty big.
1) intimate friendships and personal connections
2) aesthetic and comfortable personal spaces
3) self - reflection
4) striking visual experiences
More to come about my partner...feel free to ask anything!