Someone who understands that loving sci-fi and being *in love* are not the same thing — and not mutually exclusive.
You deserve someone who can match your nerdy awesomeness, and maybe even help you take it to the next level.
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.
eharmony has figured out that by asking you a bunch of questions up front, they can then match you with people whose answers are compatible with yours.
How it works: After signing up for the service, you'll start by describing in detail the person of your dreams.
This section will allow you to be choosy, which is nice if you tend to be pretty picky. Just keep in mind the more open you are, the better your chance of scoring pretty high with other singles.
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: The folks at okcupid love math and data — like they *really* love it. Pricing: While okcupid prides itself on being a free service, now and forever, there are some upgrade options that will give you wider access and more features.There is a free version, but it doesn't let you communicate with your matches.Try it free: Who's online: 32% of Match members are millennials, 39% are Gen Xers, and 27% are Boomers.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.You start by answering multiple choice questions and typing in a description of yourself.Then Guided Communication helps you get to know someone on the site at your own pace.If you join the A-List Basic plan, you can see who likes you, get read receipts for messages, and more.Get a 6-month package for .95 per month, a 3-month package for .95 per month, and a month for .95.How it works: When you first sign up, the site will prompt you with a series of questions about yourself, including how you identify.(Huge props to okcupid for their gender inclusivity.) Then come the big questions, like, "is jealously healthy" and "would you consider an open relationship?How it works: Zoosk opens you up to a wide range of dating options rather than focusing a narrow compatibility niche, so rather than only limited you to matches, you have access to the entire pool.Whether you're looking for something kinda casual or a full blown life-long relationship, there's probably someone on Zoosk who's looking for the same thing, you just have to find them yourself. Peruse through users one member at a time to select "Yes," "No," or "Maybe." Why it's great for geeks: One of the coolest features on Zoosk is the Mega Flirt function, which is perfect for people who don't feel comfortable starting a conversation out of nowhere.(There is a free version, but it doesn't let you communicate with other profiles past "winking" — the Match version of Facebook poking) Try it here: Who's online: Everyone. Part of okcupid's mission is that everyone is welcome, so this site is a 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.