- Vote him Man of the Day
- Member since: 11/15/10
- Last active: More than a week ago
- Age: 28
- First location: Jeffersonville, Indiana, United States
- Relationship Status: Open Relationship (play together only)
- Looking for: Friends, Training Buddies, Online Chat, Web Cam
My Stats and Info
- Build: Athletic
- Height: 6' 3''
- Weight: 159 lbs
- Waist: 33 inches
- Hair color: Brown
- Eye color: Blue
- Ethnicity: White
- My gym: My Living Room
- Weight training: 4 times per week
60 minutes per session
- Cardio training: 2 times per week
20 minutes per session
- Sports I like: Cycling, Martial arts, Running, Swimming, Weight training
- Other sports I like:
- HIV status: HIV -
- Safer sex?: Always
UPDATING AGAIN SOON! NOW THAT I HAVE A BOYFRIEND, SOME THINGS NEED TO BE ADJUSTED...
*UPDATED - October 7, 2014
***No photos on your account AND/OR nothing written in your profile?! Don't bother. Not interested.***
I don't believe I've ever actually been in a relationship. I like to think it's because I grew up in a one-stop-light town and the pool of gay guys was shallow at best. Know a good place to move with a pretty good school nearby and large pool of gay guys, let me know ASAP! 'Cause I'm movin' out of Indiana in a year or so.
I recently moved to Jeffersonville but it's only temporary.
I plan to get an associates in Gen. Ed. from IvyTech Community College and going to a more prestigious school for BioChemistry. I want to get a masters in Genetics. The dream is play with DNA and get paid to do it! Wish me luck!
I suffer from indecision. I don't always know what I want but when I do, good luck stoppin' me from gettin' it.
I'm very straight forward; No beating around the bush. I like to face things head on rather than ignore them.
I don't believe that it's the progress you make that matters but that you don't give up on your dreams especially when it gets hard.
I'm an open book. I'm not afraid to answer any question but if you ask me something straight up I'm going to tell you straight up.
I'm out but I don't go around advertising it because I don't believe it should matter. When I do tell someone I'm gay, the most frequent reaction is disbelief. They usually think I'm just messing with them which makes me think I'm pretty straight acting... not saying that I am or am not because I honestly think I act at least a little gay. You be the judge?
I'm honestly struggling right now with a few things. Getting back into school has become a bit of a challenge but the hardest thing for me is the fact that I'm STILL single and I don't like the way that feels. So, I'm lookin' for a LTR but I guess it's a little more like whatever happens... happens.
I like to top but (let's be honest) I love to bottom.
Took the POF personality test...
The Plentyoffish Relationship Chemistry Test (POFCT) measures five broad dimensions of personality that are each essential for building a romantic relationship. It's not the case that a person must be “high” on each of the personality characteristics to be in a relationship. Instead, what is important is how your personality interacts with the personality of your romantic partner on each dimension. Or what is commonly called “chemistry.” Based on decades of empirical research in psychology, the POFCT captures the five key ingredients that can determine whether or not two people have the “right” chemistry. The dimensions are:
Self-Confidence, or the degree to which a person feels comfortable with him or herself. People that are high in self-confidence tend to be assertive and competent in both their private and public relationships. People that are low in self-confidence tend to be reticent and somewhat anxious.
Family Orientation, or the degree to which a person supports and values the family. People that are family oriented tend to want or already have children, are very close to their immediate relatives, and prefer cooking at home to eating at a restaurant. People that are not family oriented tend to be individualistic, unconventional, and very much enjoy attending parties and social functions.
Self-Control, or the extent to which a person exerts control over various aspects of life. People that are high in self-control tend have strong emotional reactions to things and try to regulate those feelings by micromanaging and attending to specific details. People that are low in self-control are usually relaxed, even-tempered, and lenient.
Openness, or the extent to which a person is open to and dependent upon others. People that are high in openness tend to like a wide range of things (e.g., food, music, movies, etc.), in part because they are concerned with pleasing other people. In contrast, people low in openness are very independent and opinionated; they know what they like and aren't apt to change their opinion.
Easygoingness, or a person's work ethic and degree of mental flexibility. People that are high in easygoingness are very relaxed, broadminded, and unaffected by change. In contrast, people low in easygoingness tend be hardworking, firm, and sometimes inflexible.
Ethan_jack, Your Assessment is below
Interdependence refers to how much you need dependency or a "couple identity" with your partner.
You are highly interdependent in relationships. This means that you desire – and perhaps even demand – a substantial degree of physical and emotional connection with a partner and other loved ones. Those connections and interactions can be frequent and superficial or they can be deep and meaningful. And you are probably attracted quickly to someone who you can deeply respect and even emulate to a degree. In fact, it is typical for a person in this score range to consider how a particular romantic partner might reflect on his/her own family and friends. All of this does not mean that you do not need personal space now and then; nearly everyone values being unique and different from others in some respects. However, people in this range draw considerable strength, comfort and sense of identity from close relationships. You like to know about virtually all aspects of your partner’s life. Thus, when you feel close to someone this person becomes an extremely important part of who you are on the inside and outside. You probably prefer that you and your partner’s recreational activities be shared together since you like having your partner physically close and desire showing off your “couplehood” in public. Bottom line: you need someone who responds to the fact that you enjoy the reassurance of physical contact and emotional sharing, but who helps keeps dependency in check in the relationship so that you two do not lose your identities as individuals and whose character is deserving of your loyalty and affection.
Next, PlentyofFish presents some customized probing questions to use “as is” or as inspiration to develop your own to help you explore your “interdependency” needs with potential partners: