The Doubleclicks: Nothing to Prove (Girls Can Be Geeks Too)

Geeks come in all shapes, sizes, forms, kinds, heights, hair colors, ethnicities and yes, even gender. This lovely little music video by The Doubleclicks shows off geek girls who have "Nothing to Prove" about their geekiness. Geek girls are constantly and wrongfully tested about their geekiness because us dimwitted males can't believe they exist. They don't have to be fake geek girls just because they're girls, people! Everyone should enjoy whatever it is they want to enjoy (well, unless they're hurting people and that's a whole 'nother story). So geek on. And be proud.


The Doubleclicks said:

This video was sourced from amazing geek girls around the world, as well as from some awesome Geeks: Kelly Sue Deconnick, Amy Berg, John Scalzi, Josh A. Cagan, Adam Savage, Paul & Storm, Wil Wheaton & more... THANK YOU!

The video concept is by Josh A. Cagan and the Doubleclicks, and the video was directed and edited by Angela Webber (of the Doubleclicks.) The concept was inspired by the book trailer for "Dear Teen Me."


[Geek Girls via Neatorama]

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Loved that video!

IMO, geekdom is about being passionate about something, whatever that "something" might be. I don't see how or why anyone can fake being passionate about something.