What is this geeklurv thing?
Geeklurv is a match-making website built by geeks for geeks and other like-minded individuals. There will be no discrimination on geeklurv. Unlike some match-making sites that don’t cater to transgender, gay and lesbian, or non-cis folk our mission is to provide a safe, friendly environment for all.
So you’re down with the LGBTQ crowd?
What if I’m cis and I’m not comfortable dating a trans* person?
That’s cool too. When we open the site up for use that will be a part of the initial questionnaire; if you’re not comfortable with dating a trans* person you simply say so when presented with the question. If you’re open to it, then answer in that way.
What if I’m asexual, gray-a, demisexual or nonsexual?
We have you covered as well.
Will this cost me anything?
In our fall launch the site will be entirely free and remain that way until 2014. Starting January 1st, 2014, we’ll begin charging subscription services starting at $9.99/month. Joining the site, searching profiles, and receiving matches in your inbox will ALWAYS be free. However, sending messages and certain other activities will require a paid subscription.
You had me up until that paying money part. Are you going to offer any kind of deals or something?
Of course! If you follow us here, on facebook, or catch one of our cosplayers at a convention this year you can grab a coupon code, apply it to your account, and get a discount. Coupon codes will be stackable. So, for example, if you grab a 5% discount code from a cosplayer at one convention, a 10% code off our facebook page, a 15% code from our tumblr, and another 15% code from another cosplayer at another convention. Adding those to your account, in this example, will get you a 45% discount on any subscription purchase you may make.
Note: Some coupons may be single use, while others may last a lifetime.
What conventions are your cosplayers going to be at this year?
First up, we’ll have a few cosplayers at San Diego Comic Con. After that we’ll have cosplayers at Dragon*Con, Dallas Fan Days, and New York Comic Con. If we have any others we’ll announce them as soon as we can, but those are the only planned conventions this year.
If you have any questions feel free to send them via the ask box. Anon has been left off so that we can answer questions privately if you don’t want it posted publicly.
This is the lovely project I’ve been working on for a while and will continue working on.