1- What is your sex?
2- What is your sexual orientation?
3- Are you:
4- What do you consider your relationship or personal preferences to relationships to be? Polyamorous? Monogamous?
Before E happened to me, I would have said monogamous. In my mind I'm now leaning towards Open, but I haven't been in a relationship since, so I can't really say.
5- Do you believe chemistry (the physical connection between two or more people that causes natural attraction or body related reactions - like tightening in the mid region, heart rate increase, temperature rising etc ) is important in long lasting relationships?
That very much depends on the relationship. I do believe that mutual chemistry is essential in keeping a satisfied sexual life with a person. However, there can be two people in a relationship with no need of sexual life and still build a long-lasting and happy relationship.
6- Are you interested in procreation? (Procreation in general terms, meaning whether you personally would have the child, if you would rather adopt or would have to adopt for whatever reasons (sexuality or medically), then by all means include that in your answer)
7- Do you think scent, as in a persons natural pheromones, and genetic chemistry (genetic chemistry being the chemical reaction in your body that tells you that a particular person is a good 'mate' for you for the best possible offspring) plays any part in procreation (in the most general sense of the term, read: breeding)?
I think it's essential. Given that humans choose the most genetically suitable partner with their olfactory sense.
8- Have you ever fallen in love with someone online?
If, yes, did it last? If, no, was there a lack of physical chemistry?
I met many people online and some of them became real-life friends or lovers. But I never fell in love with anyone before I met them in person.
9- How many relationships have you been in, in your lifetime? How many were based on meeting in an offline situation?
Define a relationship. I have dated a man, thinking we've had a relationship, while apparently he was of a different mind. I was an affair of a married man, yadda dadda.
But yeah, somewhat committed relationship... two.
10- Do you believe love can result from online flirting or relationships? and if so, is it required for there to be chemistry between people?
I don't believe much in online relationships. I do believe that a good talk online (that chemistry, if you will) can grow into an equally good talk offline and that can eventually lead to more. Online relationship is just way too virtual, non-solid, for me to accept it.