Pros and Cons
- high-res photos
- mostly exclusive content
- very inexpensive membership
- infrequent updates
- no zipped photo sets
- no videos
While we were still together, I used to refer to my ex as My Geek Goddess because she would often dress up as something kinky for me. I guess it's more standard than I realized, because that's exactly what these geeky girls do too and the site is named the exact same way.
On MyGeekGoddess, you'll find drop-dead gorgeous babes, all of whom proudly admit to being nerds and geeks. Best of all, they show just how geeky they can be by dressing up as the sexiest chicks in fandom. You'll find an assortment of incredibly detailed and accurate costumes of all your favorite video game, anime and comic book characters being worn by these hotties.
At first, anyway. After posing for stunning shots, the cosplayers slowly strip out of those costumes and let you get a look at their tits and butts. It's all softcore, but I assure you that every guy who sees these pics will be rock hard before they've finished perusing any one of the sets.
There's unfortunately a lot of bad news to report right now. With all the work that goes into making costumes like this, I'm very impressed to see they update once every other Saturday. However, bi-weekly updates from a porn purchasing perspective kind of stinks. Also, there aren't any videos, but I'm hopeful that they'll make good on their FAQ promise to add some as the site gets bigger.
There are 48 photo galleries to look through at the moment. You can't save any in Zip folders, but you might still want to make an effort to save these images because they're often high-res and gorgeous. However, there are some shots that are a little bit more blurry than they should be. It's nothing major, but you do notice it.
The site is easy to navigate and looks pretty good. I also like that most of the sets come with write-ups that talk about the decision making and work that went into making the costume. This makes it easier for those who might not be familiar with a specific series or the ideologies of a fan-made character such as the purple-haired Dax, who as all Star Trek DS9 fans know, never had a host with purple hair.
According to the model who made the costume, Kassandra Leigh, this character is apparently a host after Jadzia and Ezri got the Dax symbiote. Now, stop calling me a Trekkie and watch her take her clothes off.
Another set I really enjoyed starred the gorgeous redhead named Kearsten, who modeled off a 1990s Jim Lee version of Jean Grey from the X-Men. There's even some photo manipulation to make it seem like she's using her telepathic superpowers. Some sets have futuristic backgrounds and others are shot outside, while this one was set in front of Kearsten's collection Jean Grey action figures and her other geek paraphernalia.
Members can also check out a forum, a model index loaded with bio info and the occasional blog post. All this adds some additional value to a membersip. If you consider yourself a cosplay enthusiast, then My Geek Goddess is cheap enough to merit a subscription.