I'd say I'm left-leaning but not far-left or anything like that, but I'll let you be the judge. I'm American so the views here will focus on American-centric issues mostly.
Gun control: Ideally get rid of them, but that's probably decades off, if ever in this country, so for the time being I'd settle for laws that would make it harder to obtain a gun, would require additional screening for assault rifle purchases, and closing loopholes like the gun show/private seller loophole, and bans full stop for people with a history of mental illness.
Abortion: I'm pro-choice but with caveats. In the case of pregnancy where the mother doesn't want to carry the baby to term for any reason other than rape, incest, or determent to the health of the mother, I don't fully agree with the "my body, my choice" argument. Babies don't appear through immaculate conception. If the father is willing and able to raise the child themselves and has no prior history that would suggest child or spousal abuse (that's not to say the mother need stay with him), let the father assume the full financial and responsibility burden if they so choose. In the cases of incest, rape, or where the mother's life is in danger, or where mother and father are in agreement, it's not for the state to involve itself.
Gay marriage: Absolutely in favor of. Shouldn't even be an issue of concern for the state or the average person as it literally has nothing to do with them. Ditto for trans people and that whole bathroom issue.
Trade/Jobs: While I don't believe in protectionism, in the age of pan-global corporations, simple logic tells us that if people in another country will do the same job for 1/10th the pay, corporations will seize on that and export jobs to these places, creating a race to the bottom much like you see recently with the different tax breaks state and local governments in the U.S. will offer to corporations to bring jobs to their area with little or no actual requirements or repercussions if they fail to meet the minimal requirements asked. Thus, something must be done to prevent that from happening, either penalizing corporations that outsource excessively or import tax on their goods that are "assembled" outside of the U.S. I'm fully in favor or closing tax loopholes and cracking down on worldwide tax havens for corporations as well.
Immigration: I'm against the border wall, not on principal but because it would be a huge waste of tax payer money. I'm against the "Muslim ban" as it's ill conceived, at best questionable on a xenophobic or Islamophobic level. That said, I don't think in the history of humanity there has ever been a thriving nation with a completely "borderless" policy on immigration and I think there's a reason for that. That said, my answer would be to tax and penalize the ever loving shit out of companies and corporations that employ illegal immigrants and having a common sense screening on people looking to immigrate legally from other countries, including some level of threat screening/assessment of their background.
Healthcare/Insurance: I believe that health insurance is a privilege and not a right. That said, it's pretty obvious to me that the only reason this is an issue for debate currently is corporate lobbying, specifically insurance and pharmaceutical corporations and it boggles my mind that anybody that's not an insurance executive would be against universal health care as it's proven to have lowered the cost of drugs dramatically in any country I can think of that has UHC and should theoretically lower the cost of insurance for Americans in general. I think birth control should be covered by insurance but I don't think that transgender operations should be covered. IMO that falls under the category of elective surgery and I don't think that's a transphobic thing to say.
Military/Interventionism: I believe in a strong military but not in propping up the military industrial complex or military bases needlessly. Put it into programs that work, don't waste money needlessly, don't throw good money after bad, and don't spend for the sake of spending. Cut the budget when needed. The words "no-bid contract" should not exist in the lexicon of government contracts period, much less defense spending. We don't need bases around the world if we are not an empire. The U.S. armed forces should only intervene in situations that would legitimately cause worldwide instability or chaos. Otherwise, I generally believe in a hands-off approach. The UN should be the world's police force if needed, not the U.S. armed forces.
That's most of the major ones I can think of.