SuicideGirls: Geekology Review- The Beauty of Geeks

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Review by Jason T. Smith

Contains nudity: for mature readers only

(Victor Valley)—Pop culture has exploded in the last few years. Many who would hide their geeky interests from their peers are now championed as “cool”, and “hip”. With that comes bandwagon jumpers who jump into comic books, video games, sci-fi and more simply so they can now fit in. SuicideGirls, an epitome of outsider beauty for years now, have released Geekology- a book that showcases beautiful women who are, by any definition, real geeks.

There are no bandwagon jumpers here, folks. The ladies that grace the pages of Geekology are bonafide geeks, and they aren’t afraid to show it. With each two-page spread, which showcases a SuicideGirl from around the globe, we get little geek tidbits about the models. What spaceship would they want to pilot? Where would they go in time if they got to travel with the Doctor in the T.A.R.D.I.S.? What makes them a geek? Sometimes its evident, with the amazing tattoo work most of the ladies have immortalized on their skin. With tattoos of R2-D2 and My Little Pony to name a few, it shows how much the ladies are real into pop culture with a simple glance or two.

Of course, the SuicideGirls are known for racy photo-shoots with plenty of nudity- but to look at these pics and to see the attention to detail, the art of the photography, all centered around a plethora of beautiful women, it’s a sight to behold indeed. This is a celebration of geek culture, of beautiful women, and what’s not to like about that? Geekology is sexy tribute to geeks everywhere, done in a presentation just as amazing as the photographs. If you like geeks, women, and the two combined, then you need to check out Geekology.

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