Or you could, you know, have more realistic standards and just look for a gal who's decent if not a barbie super star, also likes video games, and enjoys a good shut-in away from the plebians as much as you do. There are plenty of nerdy gals out there....but the real problem is that men have a weird disconnect between "who I am" and "what I deserve" in our society. Every buddy of mine I've ever known who has made it to his forties (and in two cases fifties) single and unwed (or divorced) have a common habit of always, inevitably believing that only the finest, most knock-out amazing women are good enough for them. These women must not only be attractive but they must be agreeable, great servants, wonderful conversationalists and also be doting. If they fail to meet that criteria, then something is wrong with them and out the door they go.
Where does this come from? Each of these guys is facing a lonely tenure at the end of their life, while admiring myself and other friends who have a wife and kids, because we "got lucky." But I didn't get lucky...I just realized that I needed to find a woman who was like myself, or close enough to accept who I was, and was happy do so because....and this is where it gets hard for guys who are part of the "culture of misogyny" to understand...because I also accepted her for who she was. That mutual acceptance is really damned important.
But who knows, maybe my buddies who are facing their alone years in their waning decades are happy; they never could find someone they could just accept...and be accepted by. Instead, they have created a wall of perfection that can never be scaled, and maybe secretly that's how they wanted it.