I've lived in Missoula for most of my life and enjoy its diversity, both in culture and activities. I value kindness, compassion, empathy, honesty, open-mindedness, and authenticity, as well as intelligence and a sense of humor. I also have ASD, and in addition to being asexual, I'm a quoiromantic demiguy. I usually use he/him pronouns, but in general, I find gender a rather pointless thing. If it matters, I'm an INFP, though of course the MBTI is far from an exact science.
I am extremely interested in language, how it's put together, how languages differ from one another, all the potential sounds and structures, and the like; I actually got my degree in linguistics (or rather, anthropology—it's complicated). My minor was psychology, since I also find that and the related science of neurology fascinating (and I suppose they give me some insight into the weirdness that is my own brain). I tend to be interested in most sciences, actually; I've especially looked into stuff related to chemistry and genetics. It seems like I'm almost always curious about something. I like music, whether it's from a band, choir, orchestra, or even video game (my favorite musical artist is Lenka), and I've played the piano, sung in choir, and composed pieces as well. I like games, be they of the board, card, other tabletop, or video variety. I'm fond of word games like Scrabble and Taboo, but my favorite board/card game is probably Sentinels of the Multiverse. It's hard to find good things to do outside, especially during the winter, but I enjoy folf/disc golf (even though I'm not very good at it) and a nice walk or hike. I'm also interested in computer programming and would like to get better at it, and I have at least some interest in animals and animal companions (just put a cat in my lap, or some kittens). As far as food goes, it's hard to beat my parents' home cooking, especially if they're doing it for a special occasion, though I'd be pleased with a Greek restaurant, a good sandwich place, or some nice sushi. I quite enjoy reading, writing, and other such literary things; I have trouble finding just the right book, but speculative fiction (fantasy and science fiction) is good.
Basically, if taking a walk by the river on a pleasant early autumn afternoon while having conversations about everything from the meaning of life to 25-year-old video games and singing parodies of songs you made up on the spot, then coming home, eating a big salad and an equally big bowl of ice cream, and trying to find some good three-letter words that begin with Z sounds like a fun time, well, here I am.