I say this not having any previous experiences with this particular dating set up, but I imagine that it can’t be too much different.Ryan runs the whole show and is very clearly in favor of the experience being safe and comfortable for the women participating.
Reluctant but curious, it took only some slight persuading from Ryan and my name was down to participate.
For the most part, Sci-Fi Speed Dating is like any other speed dating experiences.
Other than that though, I definitely recommend that you check this out if you are single, ready to mingle, and attending a con in the near future.
If you want to hear a little bit more about my experience, you can listen to the latest episode of Tipsy Cast where I talk about my whole Fan Days experience.
Prior to the start of the conventions I noticed that they were hosting Sci-Fi Speed Dating.
I was not unfamiliar with the company thanks to a 2012 TLC special and my own affinity for reality television.
But during one of Saturday's sessions, married and monogamous Bane skewed the results -- for Sharcoff, anyway. "I met some that I liked, but they didn't feel the same way. I'll go again." Ryan Glitch, the event's founder and self-proclaimed Geek Doctor of Love, said that plenty of participants got second dates out of the deal.
This past weekend I attended Dallas Comic Con Fan Days at the Irving Convention Center.
Instead they're assigned a number -- to avoid the occasional stalker -- and at the end of dozens of rounds, each person writes down his or her favorite numbers. Other participants, like Batman -- also known as Kamel Nelson, 25 -- had a blast talking with other like-minded fanboys and girls.