An intense love of things like Star Wars, Harry Potter, and Game of Thrones doesn’t mean you’re a weirdo anymore, and it certainly doesn’t mean you’re updatable.
Are you having trouble finding romantic partners who share your nerdy hobbies and interests? There are no all sorts of dating sites to help people find kindred spirits.
The internet has changed life for everyone, but the group that has been most impacted is the segment of humanity that answers to titles like “nerd” and “geek.” These words have had a long history of negative connotations, largely because they apply to people who have passions outside of the “mainstream.” 100 years ago an intense interest in fantasy and science fiction could leave you feeling very alienated. The internet allows people to find others out there who share common interests, no matter how obscure your interests may be.
This is powerful, and you can see its impact in the way that nerd culture has taken the world by storm.
Whatever your passions might be there’s a site out there built to help you find your soulmate.
We’re going to look at some of the top options on the market; a good dating site needs a strong concept, a good audience, and the right pricing. It was founded by a true geek, voice actor Dino Andrade who has worked on “World of Warcraft” and “Call of Duty.” He was inspired to create the site by his beautiful relationship with his late wife Mary Kay Bergman, who died tragically at a young age.
Black Nerds Need Love Too By Rachaun Rogers Geek: Is a slang term for odd or non-mainstream people, with different connotations ranging from "a computer expert or enthusiast" to "a person heavily interested in a hobby", with a general pejorative meaning of "a peculiar or otherwise dislikable person, especially one who is perceived to be overly intellectual".