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am yours Halima.
[Sorry for having took so long to reply] Whilst I, personally, don't participate in any Improv myself, I spend a great deal of time watching programs such as "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" etc. and, thus, my interest in it stems from there.
Hi, noticed you'd joined the improv society. What's your interest in it?
Where I study
Richard Rose Central Academy
- About me
- I'm a gay, tee-total, non-smoking, non-drug-user with Aspergers Syndrome (a *high-functioning* form of Autism), who's absolutely obsessed with Norway.
I try to please everyone, but am not as passive as I once was and will definitely argue my point if pushed. However, I am both open-minded/tolerant and a pacifist (both in a personal and political scale, I advocate non-violence), I also have a tendency to be fairly stubborn at times.
I hope, in the future, to emigrate to Sandeford in Norway, where I wish to settle down with a job (possibly in Youth Work?) and a partner. I once had the specifics planned, but not anymore - heck, perhaps I may find Norway boring and end up moving back to England, as I've met such amazing people here that it'd be a shame to throw it all away. Who knows what the future brings, and as much as I may plan it out I'm certainly not one for accurately predicting it.
I like to philosophise on matters that apparently "aren't philosophical"; I like to theorise on matters that apparently "aren't theoretical"; and believe in religions that apparently "aren't religious".
I may sometimes come across as preachy or otherwise arrogant, but I always attempt to speak with the best of intentions and most humble of motives - I'm a staunch believer in equality, and would like to hope that I practice what I both preach and believe; and not elevate myself as being "above" anyone. In much the same way, my genuine attempts at "preaching" is often only for practical and/or safety issues.
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As for the "Celibate" thing, I feel the need to say that it's not the most fixed. If I get into a relationship, I may decide to stop being celibate, but at the moment I think I use that label as a self-comforting tool - "Oh, I choose to be single and sex-less". Regardless, sex doesn't really bother me that much, so (on the otherhand) I could happily live without it. Depends on my future-partner's preference (assuming I will get one, which I certainly hope I do).
Currently Doesn't: Drink, Smoke or do Drugs (Straight-Edge); commit violent actions (Pacifist); accept sex-offers (Virgin and Celibate); spend heavily (frugal); accept money off others; kill, steal, commit sexual misconduct or have a profession that brings harm to others (Right Action and Right Livelihood).
Hopes to start in the future: Veganism, either self-sufficiency in regards to clothing or otherwise purchasing clothes only from thrift shops, Right Speech (learning not to speak negatively) or otherwise no speech at all, only buying organically and/or fair trade, self-sufficiency in other aspects (i.e. food growing, basic furniture construction etc.), learn to travel primarily via cycling (with dynamo-powered LED lighting, punctureproof tyres and/or a Proviz Electroluminescent High-Visibility Vest or equivalent electroluminescent clothing, headtorches, turn signals etc.), rely on solar and wind power.
Extremes that're under consideration: Abstaining from relationships altogether, fasting or otherwise only accepting food given voluntarily by others in the form of alms, voluntary homelessness/living without money, limitations to only having 3 full sets of clothing.
- Academic Info
- After predominantly A's in GCSE (with A*'s in History and Religion, as well as 2 C's in Business Studies and Physics, and 2 B's in Chemistry and Biology); I chose to do Sociology (A at AS), Psychology (B at AS), History (C at AS) and English Language/Literature (C at AS) for AS-Level, dropping English for A2. I hope to become a Youth Worker in the future, in Norway.
- I volunteer occasionally for Youth Groups, and attend them on a weekly basis.
Personally, I would consider myself an Anarchist (or, more accurately, an Anarcho-Communist) because I care about the life and wellbeing of humanity, in short. As a Communist I believe people should be equal in regards to their wealth (albeit, I would abolish wealth entirely) and social standing; whereas as a libertarian/anarchist, I support people's rights to freedom and to live outside of state control. I must admit, however, although I'm both left-wing and libertarian, as a former supporter of the SPGB I would say I am a tad further left-wing than libertarian, and still question bits and pieces of the more extreme anarchist doctrine (for example, whilst I understand the abolition of police, I find myself a bit torn, and see the ACAB acronym to be a tad offensive and possibly deterring other potential anarchists - after all, I would vilify the role that police officers are filling rather than vilify the police officers, as people, themselves; perhaps this is due to my socialist roots, lack of experience with the law, brother who wants to be a police officer and recreational viewing of the likes of the Stanford Prison Experiment, but I am a bit of a sympathizer who believes that the role corrupts rather than the person being morally corrupt).
Similarly, I would define myself as an anarchist due to my belief in the desired abolition of corporations (who, to use a Marxist term, force people into "wage slavery", abusing our various human differences to keep us divided and keeping the cogs turning), my desired abolition of the monetary system/capitalism and my view of the government as just another corporation out for their own profit, using the people to commit horrific crimes. As said, I blame the system rather than the people (even if I would like to give them a good kick in the genitals) - power and wealth corrupts, and even those that are "morally good" would come across countless challenges and hurdles just trying to reform a broken system, much to the hatred of other nations who would see such actions as threatening. Similarly, even a “good regime” is a regime which can be usurped by people with a less friendly motive. I feel anarchy best supports my view - whilst (although I understand it) I'm a bit iffy about the abolition of prisons and police, I do agree completely with the belief that the current system is what's driving a good majority of people to crime, people who commit out of desperation or simply inability to cope with Capitalism. I sympathise with them. Similarly, as a straight-edge person, although I consent to the legalisation of all drugs pretty well, I am particularly concerned about allowing people to take said drugs openly anywhere – after all, one major concern of mine is the fact that the constant smokers are damaging my health via second-hand enough as it is, my own interpretation of the ideology would allow people the freedom to take drugs but also with the respect of non-users which the current law fails to ca
- Last Activity 18-09-2013
- Join Date 14-06-2011
Location Carlisle, Cumbria, England
Join Date 14-06-2011
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(30)My Social Groups
- 'Sarcasm Society!',
- Anarchist Society,
- Anti-Racism Society,
- Environment Awareness Society,
- Eurovision Society,
- History Society,
- I'm Wonderful and I'm Single,
- Ice Hockey Society,
- Interfaith Society,
- John Barrowman Society,
- JRPG Society,
- LGBT+ Soc,
- Libertarian Socialist Society,
- Men's Society,
- Political Society,
- Rise Against society,
- Smiths Society,
- Socialist Society,
- Support Gay Rights,
- Tea Society,
- Teetotal Society,
- The Improv Society,
- The Norwegian Society,
- The Official TSR Glee Society,
- The Sims Society,
- TSR Asperger's Society,
- Unitarian Universalist Society,
- Veggie Society,
- World of Warcraft Society,
- Xbox 360 Soc,