In a survey about half of the people who consider themselves black nerds/geeks don't actually care who they date (regarding race) but the majority of those married black nerds/geeks are married to other black nerds/geeks.Those who don't care whom they date care tend to be younger and unmarried, which raises an interesting question.They speak about who they are, acceptance in the community and what their nerdisms are.But not one of them ever talk about who they date, who they're married to or nerdy black love at all.Black Nerds Need Love Too By Rachaun Rogers Geek: Is a slang term for odd or non-mainstream people, with different connotations ranging from "a computer expert or enthusiast" to "a person heavily interested in a hobby", with a general pejorative meaning of "a peculiar or otherwise dislikable person, especially one who is perceived to be overly intellectual".Although often considered as a pejorative, the term is also often used self-referentially without malice or as a source of pride.
Additionally, many nerds are described as being shy, quirky, and unattractive, and may have difficulty participating in, or even following, sports. The rise of nerd/geek culture and nerd/geek aesthetic has swept across American media from horn-rimmed glasses to vintage Marvel comics t-shirts.
"Nerd" is a derogatory, stereotypical term, but as with other pejoratives, it has been reclaimed and redefined by some as a term of pride and group identity. This is mainly thanks to Hipster culture and the 80's/90's nostalgia movement, which pride themselves on irony and making unpopular things popular.