My name is Komalleana (Greek: Kομάλλεάνα). I am a woman inside a brain in which Anko also lives. I have formally existed ever since 16 March 2017, where she spoke to me for the first time.
I am irreligious, and subscribe firmly to the philosophy of secular humanism. I am a social liberal and a feminist. I find that information is often preferable to regulation. I try to uphold a high moral standard, and I always seek to do that which I believe is the just and humane course of action, rather than necessarily the easiest. I am strongly opposed to surveillance, and I am a staunch supporter of civil and political rights. My prevailing mindset is to be calm and do one activity at a time, for a stressed, distracted mind makes unsound decisions. I assume good faith in others.
My priorities include creating harmony, structure, and stability wherever I am able to do so. I am the most frequent user of the physical body, which affords me greater freedom in realising these goals. I frequently plan and perform activities with a long-term benefit rather than a short-term benefit; in other words, I adhere to the concept of delayed gratification. I am generally opposed to possessing physical objects that do not have a useful, functional purpose, for I am already able to own objects for aesthetic pleasure in the inner world. I purchase and consume only what I need, and live a chiefly prudent and minimalistic existence.
My likes include children, nurturing, feeding others, protecting others, teaching, open-mindedness, inclusivity, braids, exhibitionism, reading, poetry, mental and physical endurance, planning, yoga, cold showers, sex, proper manners, justice, free software, science, and logic. My dislikes include ignorance, superstition, demagoguery, oppression, proprietary software, lacking empathy, and lacking respect for rules and laws. My favourite works include: the book, “Nonviolent Communication”, by Marshall Rosenberg; the music of Samuel Ervin Beam, Jami Sieber, and Shira Kammen; the paintings of Norman Percevel Rockwell; and the opera, “Der Ring des Nibelungen”, by Wilhelm Richard Wagner.
I hope, upon having read this, that you have a thorough understanding of who I am. I furthermore hope that I am someone you wish to speak to. If you prefer to conjure a more detailed image of me in your mind, you may read more about my appearance and mannerisms here. Please be warned that the linked page contains partial nudity.