Do you prefer video games and sci fi movies to the people you have encountered around you?You know more about cyborgs, video games and hyperspace than about people of the opposite sex?Our top picks include sites like Zoosk, which is the best site for geeks who need some help making the first move, and eharmony, which we're naming the best site for anyone who loves an algorithm.We are also big fans of okcupid, for how LGBTQ-friendly it is. I'm Eric, a SWM, age 49, but doesn't look or act it, 5', 9" tall, 185 lbs., slim, short brown hair, hazel eyes, wears glasses, (YES, I am a geek; ever watch TRochester Minnesota Valkyriemecha 50 Man Seeking Women Some people talk like they want an open relationship, one that is not controlling, because they have been in a controlling relationship in the past. Do you want to find that special someone to curl up with and watch the original Star Wars trilogy back-to-back-to-back, or maybe a marathon of classic episodes of Doctor Who, Star Trek or Battlestar Galactica?
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. You deserve someone who can match your nerdy awesomeness, and maybe even help you take it to the next level. You want to find that someone special you can chat with for hours on end about the glory of those Ewoks movies in the 1980s, someone who will want to create the perfect couples cosplay, and a cutie who you can bond with over your mutual hatred for Thanos.Mashable's readers (and writers) are known for being OBSESSIVE about the things we love, like comic books and movies, gadgets and tech, or the latest Space X launch. Sure, you could go to the next comic book convention with the hope of finding your other half, but if you're shy, that might not be the most comfortable feat. Someone who understands that loving sci-fi and being *in love* are not the same thing — and not mutually exclusive.