I have always had a soft spot in my heart for geek culture, because at core, geeks care deeply about something, and I think it’s incredibly cool. Maybe it goes back to my adolescence, which I spent engrossed in fantasy novels and serial mysteries. In middle school, my clique of friends dubbed itself the „Multiplying Fractions Anonymous Club“ during a relevant unit in our honors math class, sort of like Alcoholics Anonymous, but, obviously, for those addicted to math. In high school, we were not the girls sneaking a drink on Friday nights and making out with boys. We were the theater nerds who got up early for a cappella choir practice.
Lizzie Stark Leaving Mundania: Inside the Transformative World of Live Action Role-Playing Games