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.
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.
I don't know if this is temporary or permanent at the moment, but I will update with more information if it becomes available.
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.
And like most dating websites, you get a lot of people who contact you once, and then you never hear from them again.
Update: At the moment the website appears to be down.
How to land and keep the elusive geekfish 1) Make the first move. The best way is to nod at key points, and glaze over. 8) They’ll try to explain to you how to make your computer run better.
Oh, and don’t be surprised if they know quite a few things about you already, like your favorite color, your class schedule, or your computer specifications. You do not exist when they are playing a game online. 7) Expect to know two versions of the person: The debonair online personality, and the social klutz of real life. 10) Pretend to understand when they go off about computer terms.
Dating can be hard when you are a geek or nerd, especially when you would rather stay at home and binge watch Dr.
Who or your favorite anime, study for that Quantum Mechanics test you have coming up, or any of the other thousands of things that are more fun than going out and drinking at a bar.
It's like any of the other major dating sites, such as Eharmony, or Match, with matchmaking questions geared towards geeks' and nerds' areas of interest, such as Star Wars, or Tron, anime, etc.