This hilarious primer leads You keep your action figures in their original packaging.You’re hooked on Elder Scrolls and Metal Gear but now you’ve discovered an even bigger obsession: the new girl who just moved in down the hall. Take some tips from Eric Smith in The Geek’s Guide to Dating. I'll just put it nice and simple: NOT ALL GEEKS ARE GUYS!– Glen to write a weekly geek dating advice column. Geekosystem readers and anonymous dater, I’d like to introduce you to Esther Zinn, the founder and Editor-in-Chief of She Seek.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.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!
You’re hooked on Elder Scrolls and Metal Gear but now you’ve discovered an even bigger obsession: the new girl who just moved in down the hall. Take some tips from Eric Smith in The Geek’s Guide to Dating.
You’re going to be nervous, and there’s always that risk involved that you might end up complicating, or ruining, the friendship.
You just have to take that chance, knowing that could be a possible outcome.
But, if you’re really great friends, chances are you’ll be okay. You’ll just have to show you’re a good friend by accepting your position in the pantheon of her friends, and be okay with that.
Initially, the article incorrectly listed Esther Zinn’s app and business as “She Geek”. The error was editorial on my part, and not made by the article’s author Eric Smith. Since this particular question falls a little bit out of my realm of expertise, I’ve reached out to a friend to help me out with this one.