I go by Sylviana online. Most people on the live chat call me Sylvi or Sylv, so either one of those is fine, too.
I am fine with people messaging me for help or to chat. However, if you are disrespectful, I will ignore you, block you, report you, etc.; I won't tolerate it, either way. If you troll me, I not tolerate it. I am a sarcastic person, naturally, so don't be disrespectful if you can't take a blunt response. I will be perfectly friendly if you have genuine questions or want to talk, though.
I have a girlfriend, who I have been with for more than a year. It is not currently a polyamorous relationship, and this is not a dating site, so I will not tolerate any flirting in private messages or otherwise.
I am genderqueer, though I identify as lesbian as well. I simply feel that the male part of me is very influential over me, as well as the female. I consider myself a demigirl; I am completely comfortable presenting as a girl and generally go by she/her pronouns (you can use they/them or he/him or ze/zem or whatever too want to call me though), but I don't feel that simply "female" sums up who I am.
I am an Aries and my Moon sign is Leo.
The element I feel closest to is Fire. That does not mean I can control Fire; no one can. It just means that I work with Fire the most in my spellcasting and feel a personal connection to that element.
I am an eclectic Neopagan. I do all sorts of magick. I hex, I do protection spells, I do money spells, sympathetic magick, candle magick, crystal magick, etc. I do not believe in any sort of karmic dogma, so I have no qualms with cursing and hexing if I feel someone deserves it. I believe in many spiritual entities, but do not currently worship any deities. My path is still developing, though.
I enjoy writing and acting. I'm far better at writing, though.
Feel free to recommend books/movies/TV shows, etc. to me. My music taste is very eclectic, so you can recommend various genres of music to me, too.
Things I am learning about/plan on learning about:
Herbalism (I know some, but not as much as I'd like)
Helpful links for beginners