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Name:
iVolcano
Birthdate:
5 April 1977
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Vices can be virtues; fight orthorexia!

Curiosity killed the cat; satisfaction brought it back.

I am a feminist. Simple definition of feminism: The radical idea that women are human.

Also: A married, liberal, not-quite-tree-hugging, pro-choice, atheist, gothy homebody, who's been a vegetarian and later a pescatarian (though not lately), as well as being an ex-smoker and publishing industry refugee. I've spent all but two years of my life so far west of the Continental Divide, mostly less than 5 miles from the Pacific Ocean. I've been a kitty-mommy for many years now (current furry chirruns are 9 and 18), and as of early September 2010, I'm now a parent to a tiny human as well, with a follow-up installment due late September 2013.

Outside of knitting and reading, I used to spend a fair bit of time in Azeroth and Outland as an undead rogue, who's now 90. I've leveled a troll mage to 87, a pretty pretty goth princess BE DK to 83 and an orc warlock to 80. I also play Civ IV on easy-mode once my son's down for the count. I spent a year as a Ph.D. student in English literature, but life happened, so I'm currently a SAHM. My spouse recently got a tenure-track position in economics at a small liberal arts college in the greater LA area. Since we know where we'll be for a minimum of six years, I now have to figure out what else I'll be doing with myself outside of relationally-defined roles.

The journal's mostly friends-locked because I'm slightly (and unapologetically) paranoid.

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