Otaku online dating
At the most recent boys-love-accepting matchmaking party, out of a total of 16 participants, (eight men and eight women), three pairs ended up becoming couples, which is an impressive ratio.
We should also point out that in addition to a boys-love-accommodating attitude, the parties have a few more conditions.
However, that doesn’t mean that all the company has to do is rent a room and say “Come on, lovelorn anime fans!
” There have even been Tora Con events that were on the verge of being cancelled for not attracting enough female participants.
If anything, they wanted boyfriends who would stay out of their fangirl business, letting them indulge fully in their preexisting passions without his complaints or company.
From that, Tora Con deduced that there’s demand not just for events that pair otaku who have the same interests, but for otaku who’ll accept a romantic partner’s hobby, even if it’s one they don’t share, and happily let her enjoy it on her own.
Another tweet of Tora Con re-affirmed liking otaku stuff as a valid pursuit.
As an offshoot of anime specialty retailer Tora no Ana, Tora Con holds matchmaking parties for otaku, a demographic that’s always been enthusiastic about romance in the media it consumes, but traditionally less lucky at finding real love for themselves.People with otaku-interests, but also some other attractive quality People in groups 2 and 3 are the ones who're most likely to have romantic success, so if you can, it's best to give yourself some sort of 'added value.' As much as possible, really.Read also: Local dating app for polygamists makes waves online So we'd like you to explore non-otaku interests as well.But to help their chances in finding a partner, Tora Con also offered some advice on Twitter, according to Hachima Kiko via Sora News24.The service may be taking their cue to a new terminology gaining popularity in the otaku sub-culture.