If my ramble above didn't tip you off, I am also high-functioning autistic. This totally influences my edits because of my alien theory of mind and my complete lack of intuitive common sense inherent to most people. Nevertheless, I always try to edit in good faith.
I am 6 Kinseysgay. This inevitably influences my edits, if at least because of inalienable first-hand perspective that makes it impossible for me to put myself in the shoes of straight people or homophobes. As such, I will tend to treat even the most deeply ingrained homophobia and heterocentrism without tact or mercy in my edits.
I believe in the inherent factuality of the scientific method, and that its findings need not conflict with positions of individual belief, in that it is only science's place to describe that which can be proven empirically, and faith is inherently outside of that scope. Neither science nor faith should have to oppose or try to discredit one another in any way. I believe that all efforts to the contrary are part of a shameful culture war for an authoritariansupremacy of philosophy.
The Armenian Genocide, Assyrian Genocide, Pontic Greek Genocide and Mount Lebanon Genocide are empirically indisputable hard facts. However, it is also true that almost no one left alive was involved in them, and children cannot be held accountable for the crimes of their parents. As long as individuals recognize them and do not deny them, they are innocent people and will not have been contributors after the fact, owing nothing but general courtesy. I am not directly involved in the majority of Genocide-related edits, but I will give zero sympathy to edits in other articles that attempt to erase relevant reference to it.
I want five-way peace and open borders between Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, the Palestinian Authority and Syria, with equal rights, access and guarantee of welfare and settlement for all people regardless of religion, ethnic background or local language, with no toleration for extremist/radical/annihilistic groups. The Land of Israel has never been entirely coterminous with any kingdom or state of Israel, and even past and present Israel Proper has included numerous ethnoreligious groups since biblical times, and is destined never to be a homogeneous place.