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Magic is a hobby that more than 6 million people, reportedly, share.
Yes, The Guardian writes, Magic is "indisputably associated with geekery." But ditto Game of Thrones, Nate Silver, and, well, online dating—and yet each of those have reached a level of social acceptability and even cred.
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Card games, tabletop games, role playing games, they’re all group activities. According to this dating site, it is the “largest online dating” site for everyone who considers themselves a nerd or geek or dork.
Apparently not, at least judging by a Tuesday's Gizmodo post in which writer Alyssa Bereznak rants about dating a guy who turned out to be a world champion player of the collectible card game Magic the Gathering. The consensus, happily, is that Bereznak showed herself to be pretty lame by dismissing the guy just for playing Magic.
The takeaway from this episode is the kind of takeaway that you'd think we wouldn't need anymore: People with niche passions can also be normal. By most accounts, Jon Finkel, the guy that went on the dates with Bereznak and was the Magic world champion in 2000, is a nice guy.
When he started an "Ask Me Anything" thread on Reddit in the aftermath of the Gizmodo article, he came across as cool-headed and savvy about how he was being perceived.
Profiles that reflect men's inner geek and intelligence generate the most responses.
So how are nerds beating The Rule of 12 when it comes to online dating for men?
You check them out and they’re full of beautiful people. Once a week Soul Geek sends out e-mails to let you know about new members who might match what you are looking for in a new love.