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If you're at Uni/College I bet the girls taking technology related subjects are more likely to be into gaming than the general female population.Obviously gaming or tech conventions would be a good place too, but you probably don't go to these things very often.I dont know you but your post makes you sound like a lesbian and a feminist. dont be so shallow and stuck-up to just only want to game with "a hot chick" because it makes you feel better and feeds your ego of female dominance. School club, I know a mutual friend that pokes around clubs despite not attending that school to make friends there. Lower your standards, the pool for hardcore gamer girls is small.Oh helllll, someone bust out that gamespot girl help pict already.

And no she doesn't have to share all my interests, an example is I smoke weed a lot but I don't care if she does just as long as she doesn't have a problem with it.in this manner, all the way down to the menus that dictate the girl's life -- should she study, go shopping, hit the sack, or make the move and call a boy classmate?Too many things, too many things, too many things...The term "girl gamer" has been used as a reappropriated term for female players to describe themselves, but it has also been criticized as counterproductive or offensive.In 2008, a Pew Internet & American Life Project study found that among teens, 65% of men and 35% of women describe themselves as daily gamers.

And no she doesn't have to share all my interests, an example is I smoke weed a lot but I don't care if she does just as long as she doesn't have a problem with it.in this manner, all the way down to the menus that dictate the girl's life -- should she study, go shopping, hit the sack, or make the move and call a boy classmate?Too many things, too many things, too many things...The term "girl gamer" has been used as a reappropriated term for female players to describe themselves, but it has also been criticized as counterproductive or offensive.In 2008, a Pew Internet & American Life Project study found that among teens, 65% of men and 35% of women describe themselves as daily gamers.Usually, we try to be careful putting labels on games, particularly when it comes to calling a game "fruity".