- Eugene Frier
- Denton, TX
- United States
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Being considered a geek or being geeky seems to be popular now. What changes over the past decade or so have made this possible?
I have been a geek my whole life. In the 90s, I saw many people teased (including me) for having geeky interests, but now geek culture seems much more warmly embraced. What has changed to make this true?