Every subculture has its own permutations of sexual fetishism, and geek culture is no different. There are certain kinks you see again and again among nerds. Cosplay, obviously. But also things like bondage and corsetry, especially among goths. And of course there are a lot of geeks who are turned on by various kinds of technology, from simple sex toys to elaborate devices for delivering very precisely calibrated electrical current to very precise locations. It's not these fetishes define geek sexuality — far from it.
Editor's note: Some links in this story lead to adult material and are not suitable for viewing at work. All links of this nature will be noted with "NSFW" after them. I've read recently that geeks make better lovers because they are so unaccustomed to romance that they will do anything for their mates. Also because geeks don't have the social skills to cheat wanna bet? Yeah, ha ha, let's chuckle at the stereotypes. Might as well add that geeks won't waste valuable relationship time watching football. Or that geeks are clueless and fashion-impaired and have the social skills of a bowl of fruit.
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I get it. There's a reason they put Fabio on the cover of romance novels and not Bill Gates. But hear me out he wheezed, between puffs of his inhaler. Despite what pop culture would have you believe, not every nerd is a walking Asperger's case study made out of pure, unalloyed frailty and whatever the opposite of machismo is.
I make no secret of the fact that I am a huge nerd about a variety of topics. Stereotypes that nerds are hopelessly awkward people who never get laid are simply untrue. In fact, a study focusing on lady gamers showed that nerdy women actually have a lot of sex , and have high rates of being in serious relationships.