Girl in the Pursuit of Happiness...
Girl in the Pursuit of Happiness... My friends tell me I'm too picky, that I shouldn't talk about sex, religion, and politics on the first date, but why not? When I have strong beliefs about religion and politics that aren't very mainstream, I find myself lost in a dating pool of men who don't value individual freedom and who believe a man rose from the dead for their sins.
I try very hard to be a kind person, a person who seeks the truth and is willing to accept the truth no matter how unpleasant. I still look for the good in the bad while never backing down to fight the bad in my life. I have an old-fashion view that being polite is good in most situations and that shouting my strong beliefs and being offensive is neither constructive nor helpful.
I love Ayn Rand and mostly just quotes and excerpts from her writing. If there were to be a libertarian manual for dummies, a lexicon of hers I have would most certainly be it and I look at it all the time. Not that I'm a dummy lol, but I don't think or claim I'm a genius or anything. Yet, I feel like I am more intelligent than almost everyone I meet.
I like hard and alte
ative rock music, many sub-genres of electronic music, jazz, and a lot of mainstream stuff too. I absolutely hate people that hate things just because they are "mainstream." I'd rather listen to and wear what I want whether I was the only one or if everyone was -- just as long as I stay true to myself. I like romance. I like to cook. I like tattoos, but don't have any.
I like to talk a lot lol. I want to date someone who enjoys "deep" discussions after seeing a movie. I like to stay up late on the weekends. I like movies and stand-up comedy. I like getting dressed up and being girly and other times I like being casual and nerdy. I don't fit in a box and I'm lea
ing I need to find a guy who doesn't fit into one. Because of that, I'm not sure what my ideal man would look like. Logically, I know you're out there. I just want to find my soul mate whe