It'd be great if we could stay in relatively frequent contact.I hope I do not sound very entitled, putting forward all these things about the 'ideal' person to find on here.Recently I've developed a more nuanced perspective on merits of different approaches towards such topics as anti-natalism and abortions debate, so if that interests you, we could discuss those.

Anyway, help convince me not to get out of bed and go to whataburger for a honey butter chicken biscuit. So, my hope is to find a person in a somewhat similar situation (in other words, someone who doesn't have a well-measured, well-adjusted 9 to 5 lifestyle, but who is lost at their life's crosspath).

I'm looking for a FELLOW ADULT (sorry for caps), who's open-minded towards audio conversations (on an app).

I am looking for someone who made the same choice I did; a decision not affected by fears, deities or lack of alternatives, but determined through their own perspective.

Aside from looking for a potential-partner, I'm here to see if there is some sort of community for people like me, or others who might feel the same way I do (i.e.

I'm a 25 year old IT guy, working a lot, having little of a social life and having little free time.

I'm fine with silence, so silent company is fine with me, we don't have to talk nonstop.

When it comes to psychology, my horizons were influenced partly by Viktor Frankl, Erich Fromm, Rollo May, and some others who worked within the loosely defined existential school of thought. I haven't read a lot of primary sources, but I did find reading Schopenhauer, Sartre, Camus, Benatar, challenging (in a positive way).

Philosophically speaking, my interests concern mostly ethics and aesthetics.

I tend to be quite open about things if you let me, even though I'm a little shy in the beginning.

I'm basically looking for some late night company where you don't have to hold things back.

That’s a little play on some song that talks about being lonely.