A: I'm confident yet considerate and caring towards others. I am both a grounded man and still a fun boy. No BS, very authentic here. Also - most people say I am better looking in person than in photos. Probably because my personality comes off in the 4th dimension and I'm generally joyful and loving.
A: I use a bicycle as my daily form of urban transit for cardio, glutes, and sanity. I lift at the gym 3-5 times a week. I eat a healthy, varied diet that I am continuously improving for better nutrition.
A: I devote time and energy to my family and my friends. I'm considerate and thoughtful and deliver soup when they are sick. I wash dishes when invited to a dinner party. As a guest I leave the place cleaner than I found it. I donate to good causes like homeless, political, and environmental charities. I volunteer for political campaigns. I floss daily. I support the self-esteem of others by reflecting the beauty I see in them.
A: I spent alot of my life ashamed of my body, ashamed of my sexuality, not proud of who I am nor liking who I am. This isn't actually unique, it's something that most of us unconventional people have felt at some point. I've moved through that and grown out of that into a place where I nurture my self-love through self care (and porn sometimes haha), I accept and nurture my body, I love my sexuality. And I strongly support others' rights to do that even in the face of sometimes nasty judgement from others. I've learned some good techniques for fostering that growth.
A: I am also a somatic sex & intimacy coach, check out my website www.intimateabundance.com to find out more. I have accrued a lot of skills and wisdom to share. I bring tons of experience in life and bed, across many cultures and people, having lived in Europe for 4 years and spending more than 2+ months on each continent across 60 countries. I'm also highly educated in biology, sexuality, and psychology. Combined with an open mind, a sex-positive attitude, a kinky edge, and an ability to connect with people of all adult ages, genders, identities, proclivities, and tastes without judgement makes me an excellent coach. Let me help you grow in more ways than just one ;-)
A: See the other question about what I do for fun... I'm currently on a quest to improve my financial IQ by reading and listening alot.
A: Sleep, stroke, play with sexy dudes, bike, hike, exercise, travel, laugh and giggle with friends and family, dance in the park, swing in a hammock, lie on a beach, read a good book, learn stuff...
A: Oh gosh so many best experiences it's really difficult to pick one. OK, the first one that came to mind was trekking in the Himalayan mountains of Nepal for a month. Oh wait, that's closely tied with 2 months meandering the wilds of New Zealand. The theme here I guess is being out in beautiful nature. The wonder, the awe, witnessing, and experiencing the divine. Oh yeah, and then there was 2+ minutes of solar eclipse totality in a potato field in Idaho (near the Tetons) last August, 2017, WHOA! TRULY. AWE. SOME.
A: I blend my well developed intimacy skills, keen intuition, foresight, and consideration to enthrall others and exceptionally fulfill needs that they may not even realize they had. I'm genuine mature man with depth and wisdom and also a goofy boy. I can laugh at myself in a healthy way and don't take life too seriously. I have a very unique sense of humor that most people really enjoy.
A: I'm a good listener, which seems sadly rare these days. I'm authentic, funny, nonjudgmental, curious, and not at all uptight. Many people have commented on how I put them at ease. I also have an open mind eager to learn from others. I'm intuitive, skilled, and talented. I know how to make things comfortable for myself and others. I'm also really good with being verbal in a really exciting way.
A: Traveling has been a passion of mine since I was 12 years old selling bubblegum in middleschool to save money to visit my uncle in California. Since then I have been to ~60 countries with 2+ months per continent ('cept Antartica yet). I love to talk about traveling and am a great resource for destination ideas. I love to hear others' travel stories as well. I'm traveling less these days but like to get out of the country to a new destination once every year or two.
A: My primary form of transport is a bicycle which keeps me sane, fit, and timely. I am conscientious in my food choices and how they affect my health and the planet. Growing up in the rural midwest I craved urban life ever since my first visit to a real city (Toronto). I love good music of all genres, but especially good house and techno. I am a pretty funny guy whose philosophy is to be kind unto others. There have been several times that remote acquaintances have come up to me and thanked me for consistently being kind.
A: I would first ask you about yours and listen. Then I might later tell you that I am so so grateful for this amazing life. We all have our struggles, and I certainly have my own struggles with purpose, meaning, money, pain from loss, etc. But most of us here and now are pretty lucky, when you think of humanity across time and space. Just sitting on a beach here in California means I probably have it way way better than most of humanity ever did.
A: I don't judge, Judy. Seriously, who am I to judge? OK, we should all judge the murderers or the haters and such serious matters but our culture seems obsessed with judging based on stupid stuff like what people are wearing, how they talk, what they like to do in the bedroom. DUH! These are the things that make us humans fascinating! I thrive on diversity, it makes life interesting. Tell me your secrets and I'll tell you mine.
A: I have found the Goldilocks zone between seriousness and fun - being fun and funny but still being authentic, grounded, and connected. I have learned to assume the best (until proven otherwise) which gives me a balanced optimism and an ability to extend kindness and compassion to others while never taking anything personally. I've found an ability to find something adorable about almost everyone which helps me connect to people across the spectrum.
A: 1. Human connection - mental, spiritual, and sexual
2. Uplifting Music
3. Varied and delicious cuisine
4. My bicycle