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Our first question is a little out of Eric’s realm of expertise so he brought in Esther Zinn of She Seek to help out. I met Esther where I’ve met a number of my geeky friends… She was working as a freelance journalist for a number of different publications, actively seeking out fun, geek friendly stories for places like Go Magazine, and we bonded over our mutual love of zombies and comic books.At the end of 2012, she launched She Seek, an app and online publication that helps LGBT women find out about parties, community events, and breaking news all over the country. Here’s what she had to say: “One great way to meet lady geeks is to check out the LGBT panels at your nearest Comic Con or PAX event— many have at least one focused on queer fans or characters.Anyone who's seen the movie “She's All That” or has watched the first season of “Freaks and Geeks” (and wondered why it got canceled) could tell you the benefits of dating a “nerdy” girl.Sure, these types of girls are – they might be quirky – but they also bring a certain set of traits to the table you wouldn't be able to find elsewhere (and I'm not solely referring to rare collectibles either).Actually, Gaymer X just started this year, which is basically PAX for the LGBT community; women come from thousands of miles away to check it out!Another way is to check out meetup.com— many cities have queer geek meetups or D&D gatherings just for the ladies.Look forward to it like you look forward to water in the desert. Truth is the first sentence kind of threw me off, but as I continued reading, my attraction began to grew.Look forward to it like you look forward to seeing your family after years of separation. Also I don’t do romance, I expect action on the first date, big time action, and I won’t sleep over (yes this will be at your place because I don’t want you to know where I live). Talk about your goals/aspirations – finding a rich woman to take care of me 3. What this profile says to me, as a woman, is: – This guy is fun and exciting – He is open to taking risks and is okay with failing.

Additionally, I’m not intending this advice to basically be about how to date ME; though I’m sure a *few* people might enjoy that, I don’t relish the idea of becoming a Craigslist Meme.

I’ve even scored a few dates with geeky girls from there!

) In Philly, there’s Giovanni’s Room, and in Chicago, there’s Women and Children First. Be sure to check out She Seek on Facebook and Twitter, and good luck with your search! You can submit it anonymously through our tips form.

is a news and pop culture site that has a large community of queer lady geeks, and they occasionally host a speed-dating night at local bookstores that brings in a lot of good people.

In that same vein, it might be fun to take the search offline and check your local women’s bookstore for queer events— here in New York we have Bluestockings bookstore, which has book readings and open mics going on almost every night of the week (and there are many sexy librarian-types usually in attendance.

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