But you have to understand, it's one thing to recognize someone falls into a category on one aspect, and another to identify and stereotype them entirely for it.
That definitely has strong negative occurrence.
For instance: Black people, poor people on wealthfare, Muslims, homosexuals. Hell, even criminals.
Foxes worded this weirdly.
It took me several reads to realize that he's making a direct comparison of alpha and beta's, with femgeeks and sluts.
That's just silly.
Yeah. n nature there are alpha and beta females aswell.
Because you enjoy RPing every now and again? Well, then all gamers would be geeks.
Because you spend a large amount of time talking with strangers on the internet? Hello, Facebook and (lolwhostilluses) Myspace users.
Do you play video games? It's a lot more widely spread and accepted now, which is where the bitching about casuals comes in, so that also does not make you a geek.
Fact of the matter is, I don't think a person can label themselves as a geek. Geek by its actual definition is a horribly insulting and unflattering word, which is why I laugh when all of you e-Kids refer to yourselves as that.
"Juss plaid CoD
"I am such a geek i just spent all day on the computer lol"
Labeling yourself as a geek and dressing in trendy "nerd" clothes is the latest hipster thing to do. That's why there's some shitty new TV show coming out based on this culture, because you can market a culture to idiot consumers who do not know better. Geek/Nerd is the new way to show that you're so above all the other people because you're so special and unique and don't care what everyone else thinks even though I'm putting on this bullshit act to get their attention.