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You may say we kind of geek out about things. Whatever, geeks are awesome. But sometimes, awesome can use a bit of assistance in the dating department. Not because there aren't enough geeks out there — how do you think Avengers: Endgame became the highest-grossing film of all time?
Thanks to geeks, that's how. Dating as a geek requires combing through normies and too much dating through the same group of locals. For womenit can involve a lot of creepy guys who want their manic pixie dream girl. For menit can involve a lot of simply trying Dating science nerds not be that guy.
If you're in the majority of geeks who are a little bit introverteddating can be hella intimidating. Use this guide to figure it out. We compared the internet's top full-on dating sites, trendy swiping apps, and geek-specific sites to find the ones where geeks can express themselves and find that twin flame.
Hidden in millions and millions of users, you could find that person who you can chat with for hours about how bad the Game of Throne s ending was or someone who dreams of the perfect couples cosplay. Maybe you're a geek in the streets and a freak in the sheets — there are plenty of apps where geeks can just find a hookuptoo. Our top picks include OkCupidwhich prides itself on being extremely gender inclusive and a space safe for everyone, and matchwhich has a tried-and-true algorithm and huge user base. Geek-specific dating sites that aren't totally outdated and crappy are few and far between, but we were impressed by Gamer Dating.
Read on to discover what else made it into our list, and be sure to hit the grey arrow in the bottom of each card to expand the text and read all of what we had to say. Happy dating, nerds. Who's online: match is kind of like baby's first big dating site. The OG player has the most users of any dating site yup, more than eharmony and Zoosk totaling about 35 million users in 25 countries. How it works: Just what you'd expect: Complete an extensive questionnaire about your personality, what values matter to you, and what you're looking for in a partner.
This section will allow you to be really choosy, which is nice if you tend Dating science nerds be pretty picky. If not, general settings work too. Afterwards, match has a hour waiting period for verification before you can start using the service. Since membership prices are steep compared to swiping apps, you can pretty much assume that most users are taking it seriously. Why it's great for geeks: match offers some of the most sophisticated features, search tools, profile matching, and relationship help of all the ones on this list.
If you're looking for someone who's obsessive about basically anything, just type it into the search bar and see who pops up. The will automatically populate using the search parameters you identified in your profile settings. Who's online: College degree holders looking for someone who's also educated and career-oriented.
According to their site, Elite Singles helps an average of 2, couples find love each monthwith the company claiming that a single finds love using the service every eight minutes. That sounds good to us. A majority of its members are said to be educated, relatively affluent, and between the ages of 30 and How it works: The site's personality test is ground zero of the matchmaking process. Elite Singles compares your with those of other members to identify users who complement your personality. Why it's great for geeks: If your geekiness extends all the way to a full-time career, Elite Singles is where you could find someone in a similar field, or simply someone who understands the or going to school for what seems like a million years.
The site suggests 3 to 7 highly suitable matches Dating science nerds you every day, so it's basically like having your own personal fairy godmother matchmaker — and extra handy if you're not really sure what your type is. The company bases its suggestions on a matching process that takes into your relationship preferences, education, location, and personality profile.
For the geeks out there who are more straightforward in their approach to love and who are looking to settle down without settling, this could be the service for you. Who's online: 40, singles worldwide who send about 3 million messages daily among a lot of dead and fake profiles.
A somewhat unsuspecting leader, many Reddit users actually prefer Zoosk to eharmony or Plenty of Fish. If you have a "type," then Zoosk will pick up on it and try to give you more matches that fit your characteristics in your area. The "Yes," "No," or "Maybe" process is similar to swiping through Tinder, except with way less immature bios and a much more broad spectrum of people.
Regardless of the zombie land of dead-end profiles and somewhat boring de, everyone loves Zoosk because it's so easy to use. You just up with your existing Facebook and the dating site populates your likes, personality, and photos.
Why it's great for geeks: One of the coolest features on Zoosk is the Mega Flirt functionwhich is perfect for people who don't feel comfortable starting a conversation out of nowhere. Mega Flirt works by introducing you to a lot of other singles all at once. You get to choose an automated message to break the ice, then Zoosk will send it to other men and women for you. Whoever's interested can respond, so you get an idea of who likes you back without the fear of messaging and being shut down. Who's online: At just over 20, monthly visitors, it's probably not the site where you'll have new inbox notifications every time you log in.
But hear us out — that small of people is a really passionate group, and you can skip having to put "gamer" in your bio altogether. How it works: The -up process is pretty rigorous for a site so niche, but it's likely one of the ways Gamer Dating has managed to weed out almost all of the fake profiles.
The site's outdated aesthetics do make it appear scammy, but I digress. Aside from the expected profile picture and physical attributes, you'll be asked to list your favorite games right out of the gate. Other fields include social hobbies like smoking habits and if you like to party. Standard members only get six matches per day, but upgrading to a Silver or Gold Quest to get more matches and customization.
All memberships come with access to the Gaming Center, where you can read news and blog posts about dating as a gamer. Why it's great for geeks: Stating the obvious, it's really nice to have a dating site geared specifically toward people who think of gaming as a lifestyle instead of the casual Mario Kart at a party.
Instead of having to put that you're a gamer or comb through profiles on traditional apps for a mention of gaming, Gamer Dating skips the normie stuff and essentially acts as a virtual Comic-Con. Automatically being able to see their favorite genres and specific games is an immediate talking point, too. Just make sure they didn't buy that girl's bath water first. It's truly a place for singles to be themselves, and Dating science nerds stan Gamer Dating for this reason alone. Who's online: Everyone. Part of OkCupid 's mission is that everyone is welcome, so this site is Dating science nerds great option for those who identify within the LGBTQ community, or simply those who are looking to be among other open-mind men and women.
According to the website, OkCupid users send 7. How it works: When you first up, the site will prompt you with a series of questions about yourself, including how you identify. Huge props to OkCupid for their relentless quest to be gender inclusive.
Then come the big questions, like, "is jealously healthy" and "would you consider an open relationship? The whole algorithm is really comprehensive, and geeks will appreciate how the whole site's ethos is built around data. Why it's great for geeks: It's super inclusive, everyone is being themselves, and it's just a beautiful, judgment-free atmosphere.
Their slogan is dating deserves better, which we're taking as it wants to nix every archaic cliche that may be stopping geeks from having a good time in the dating world. OkCupid also gets a lot of hype on Reddit for having such a chill environment and mix of people, and you know those geeks don't give out approvals willy-nilly.
Instead of calling yourself out as a geek in your bio, answering related questions will automatically get you a "badge" on your profile. These jazz up your profile with extra info to give potential matches an idea of what you have in common, and could make great conversation starters. Who's online: A lot of horny people — a lot as in a bigger user base than eharmony. With over 25 million monthly users that's more than eharmony as well as live video options, chat rooms, groups for ultra specific kinks, and more, you can probably assume how wild this site can get.
But there's such a large and diverse group of potential matches, you're very likely to find someone who's on the same as you. The part that you wouldn't expect is the fact that they do offer tons of compatibility questions and matchmaking services, because they're that intent on finding you a good lay. How it works: AdultFriendFinder is our pick for the best hookup site, and that's because it's literally impossible to walk away unsatisfied. It's like a Pornhub that you can actually interact with.
Regardless of whether you're looking for an in-person hookup or to blow off some steam via sexting or raunchy videos, AFF has everything that your dirty mind can Dating science nerds of and more. Almost nothing is blurred out no, really, there are lots of unsolicited dick picsbut if you don't mind that the entire thing looks like a sketchy "There are hot singles in your area" ad, you'll be in heaven. Read our full review of AdultFriendFinder here. Why it's great for geeks: Getting laid can be a struggle for geeks, even if it's only due to lack of confidence or Dating science nerds of rejection.
There are so many users into so many different things on AFF, it's not likely that you won't find someone who wants to meet up and bone. This isn't the Dating science nerds dating site where someone wants you to wine and dine first, and you'll feel like a total hottie when the likes and messages pour in almost instantly. You'll find people who work the regularpeople who work the night shift, and people in other time zones, so it's nearly impossible to log on and not have people to talk to.
AdultFriendFinder is like the booty call that's always awake when you text them. Who's online: Singles who want a more curated, in-depth dating experience while staying inside the chill vibe of a hip, minimalistic app. The majority of users are female, and according to Mediummore of the site's users engage daily than eharmony, Match, and Zoosk. It's still a relatively small player in the scheme of things, but the focus on profile depth helps it give bigger competitors like Hinge a run for its money.
How it works: The now-successful Shark Tank bust is one of those rare dating apps that focuses on the woman's experience like Bumble, but no swiping. Every profile shown to men has already been okay-ed by the women, so the chance of getting unsolicited messages from creepy guys or the worry of being seen like creepy guy is ificantly diminished.
Each day, men see 21 potential matches and women see five. These matches, called bagels, are curated by the platform's algorithm based on age, height, religion, ethnicity, and interests. CMB wants you to "spend your time on quality matches instead of swiping endlessly, and you're only talking to people who you know also clicked on you.
Why it's great for geeks: Tinder, Bumble, and Hinge are usually full of the same people, and you're surely tired of combing through those people to try to find even a single thing in common quickly becomes a pain. Coffee Meets Bagel does the work for you by sending curated matches, and it won't be anyone outside your network of friends and family on Facebook.
The friend-of-a-friend thing may slow down the process, but it's definitely worth not wasting time on randoms or fake profiles. Pressure to think of something witty to open with is totally minimized, and if the question is corny, at least it's something to bond over. Who's online: That crush-who-doesn't-know-they're-your-crush from the subway, probably. Happn is a modern dating app home to 50 million young men and women who secretly want that serendipitous connection. How it works: You know that cute girl who always gets the same order at the coffee shop every day, or that handsome dude who always shares the elevator with you?
It uses your daily routine and location to help you meet someone nearby. Instead of matching with random people, you can match with someone you see on a regular basis who might have a similar schedule and interest. Why it's great for geeks: Say you had a shared moment sitting next to a woman at a movie theater, but you went on and on about film theory instead of getting her. If she's on Happn, you may be able to track Dating science nerds down and salvage that missed connection.
Geeks can be charmingly introverted, and that shyness may be hindering you from going Dating science nerds who you want. A lot of the pressure to approach someone first goes away on Happn, and your crush won't know that you liked them unless you liked them back — AKA no fear of rejection. Plus, if you keep seeing the same hottie in the comic book store or Barcade, you already know that they're into the same stuff you are.
Who's online: eharmony has more than 20 million members and claims responsibility for somemarriages. Most users understand that the site is specifically for finding someone to settle down with, so you can be confident that you won't get played. How it works: The service uses your personality profile to pair you with potential matches after a deathly long series of questions and rated responses, including some heavily religious ones.
Then, Guided Communication helps you get to know someone on the site at your own pace. If it's natural for you to take control of the conversation, you can go with Quick Questions or skip this step entirely and send a custom direct message. However, sending pre-written Quick Questions can be a pretty easy ice breaker.
Why it's great for geeks: If you're into science, you'll be happy to know that eharmony uses a scientific approach to matching highly compatible people. Their matching algorithm uses what the website calls a 29 Dimensions Modelwhich seeks to measure compatibility along things like emotional energy, kindness, character, intellect, humor, spirituality, and more. Unfortunately, the site isn't LGBT friendly. Who's online: 14, female, male, and trans models with new ones added every day make experimenting outside of your usual "type" easy.
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