Dating a female geek looks
The dating sites plastered all over the news and radio, such as Eharmony and Match.com, don't cater to us nerds and geeks, and it might be hard to fall in love with someone who refuses to even go, forget cosplay, with you at the next anime convention, or who doesn't want to sit and have a marathon of your favorite sci-fi show, or have an intellectual conversation about climate change. For those of us willing to try online dating (which is probably all of us), there is hope.There are plenty of sites out there made for just us geeks and nerds.
What it’s about: This site by far has the most visual appeal, and feels like the most organized and easiest to navigate compared to some of the other sites.If you are part of the LGBT community, in an open relationship, etc, this website offers many different options.How much it cost: Like with most sites, basic membership is free, which allows one to browse members, and respond to messages sent to them, but does not allow one to initiate contact.I scrolled through more than 25 dating websites, and here are the best eight dating websites for people looking for that special nerd in their life.What it’s about: Geek 2 Geek is probably the most popular dating site for geeks, boasting the most members out of all the websites listed here, and it's one of the safest in my opinion.I, myself, have used this site, and have gotten quite a lot of 'winks' and messages from other users.
That's not me trying to to toot my horn, but just as proof that there are other active people on this dating site.
The initial contact includes things like liking someone's profile, or 'winking' at someone.
If you want to send or a read a message from some, you have to have paid for an account. For example, a one month subscription is around $35 per month, and unfortunately they make it so difficult to find the pricing, I couldn't find the pricing for the 3-month, 6-month and 1-year subscription, but I do know you pay the entire amount upfront, but it averages out to be less than $35 per month.
Premium membership is as low as $9.95 a month for those with recurring memberships, i.e. Also, be aware of the fact that your membership automatically renews unless you cancel it.
Cons: You will have to answer questions about your physical traits, such as body type, hair, etc, but a photo submission is not required.
You could always meet that special someone at a convention where hundreds, sometimes thousands of fans of anime, Star Trek, comic books and other fandoms converge for a weekend full of fun.