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.
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.
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.
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.My i Phone app, She Seek, lists these resources when they’re available in major cities, so it could be a good place to start your search! Please include “Geek Dating Advice” in the subject so we can find it!You could cast a wide net and sign up for every single dating site.Or you could follow our flowchart and find the one designed to pair you with the woman (or man, or costume-wearing sex slave) of your dreams.It's a little weird at first, trusting a computer algorithm to pair you off.But three weeks (and six dates) from now, you'll realize that online dating is, for better and worse, just like regular dating—and not, sadly, like ordering a pizza online.