It’s a truth pretty universally acknowledged, that a lot of the geek guides to dating you will find out there are geared towards the antiquated stereotype of a teenaged male who never leaves his basement.
Since we geeks of the 21st century have proven time and again that we come in all shapes, sizes, races, and genders, it’s pretty awesome surprise to find out that comic book publisher/editor Hope Nicholson is crowdfunding a new anthology called Atwood has been publishing some of the most provocative and thoughtful literature since the 1960s and continues to surprise with her dedication to political issues, feminism, and the future of publishing and literature.
None of the tips were to be taken too seriously; they were a light overview on differences between certain folk, and the strangeness of dating in the digital age.
To make things fair, I’m now going to give advice on how to get a geek girl, as both sexes should be equally accounted for.
While I knew of her poetry and other forays into writing, I was not aware that she drew until I saw this exciting announcement on Twitter a few days ago.
It’s no surprise that the idea of her contributions to a geek girl anthology have sparked wild enthusiasm in the online community.
Because of their individuality, their sense of romance may be just as unique, so you should be ready to be awed by their cute and honest expression of love, which you surely won’t get from that too-much-of-himself thug that you used to date. Does is life to geeks, so you should get used to it and try loving it too.
They tend to lurk by themselves or with their other geeky buddies talking about the latest episode of their geeky shows like or playing Dungeons and Dragons.
Instead I’m going to address what geek girls tend to look for when dating, and see if we can come to a middle ground where we work out some tips to help facilitate friendship and more.
If this accidentally leads you to date me, well, I’ll be the one to blame for that. Opinions vary, but as I’m the writer here I’m going to give you the lowdown on what I think.
If you have any interest in awesome comics and stories written by equally great women, I highly suggest you run over to Kickstarter and pledge for a copy of it right now.
The campaign ends July 24th with completion and delivery expected for December 2015.