Ari Dee is one of the most recent additions to the CamWithHer family. She’s not only a camgirl, but she’s a solo model with her own fully nude solo site. If you’re lucky, you have already caught one of her live member chats or maybe even a private cam show with her. She puts a great deal of thought and effort into her member chats. Ari is a pinup model in addition to being a cam girl. She has a few tattoos, tight little body, and long brown hair (or sometimes red).
She’s not a nerd in name only. She’s the real deal. You may have joined in on some of her trivia chats in which she plays trivia games with her fans focused on some of her favorite comics or sci fi niches. She enjoys cosplay a great deal and you can find her attending Comic Con in San Diego when it rolls around.
So we asked her about “nerd” status and girls.
What do you think of the ongoing debate in regards to what entails a “real” sexy nerd?
ARI DEE: “I think anyone who is super concerned with what makes a nerd a “real” nerd, doesn’t belong to be in the nerd club It’s not some elitist position of nerdom to uphold. People are nerds and dorks for all kinds of things. Instead of questioning someone about what they know or how legit they are, invite them to play D&D, Magic The Gathering, your favorite video game, recommend them your favorite comic. Nerds want to share their passions and knowledge. There will always be a part of nerd culture where we want to show off everything we know about our favorite sci-fi, fantasy book, comic, etc.. and sort of one-up our fellow nerds. That’s okay, as long as it’s in good natured fun. But there’s definitely a sexist trend where guys get super pissy if hot girls love nerdy shit. I think it’s just insecurity where their nerdom feels like a safe place, and physically attractive people, girls, etc make them feel like their ONE thing, their safe place, isn’t exclusive, has to be shared, etc. It’s insecurity. On one hand most female characters are sexualized, on the other “normal” girls are criticized and shamed for actually portraying those characters. Everything would be more enjoyable if people didn’t try to prove others are unfitting of being a magical nerd card holder and just share in the fun of it all instead.”
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