Whoa... hang on just a minute here!
It seems like you guys say "chicks" you're really just looking for some dimwit that'll be a good ****.
Now seriously, if you just want sex, either buy a realdoll or go to some club and get the first low morale girl you see liquored up and sweetalk her (these two are virtually identical).
As for *relationships*, thats a whole other ballgame. Do you really want a gf that doesn't admire your geekiness? Do you not want someone that will stay up all night with you on a Friday playing StarCraft and actually *enjoy* it?
Yes, there are geek girls too, and we are not all so bad! I grad this semester with my BSc in comp sci and have just as many complaints as finding decent men as you do women. I think it's not gender but inherent geekiness.
I have sometimes resulted to suberfuge tactics just as wearing my boots (yeah, they're nice... in that way), a skirt, or occasionally makeup, but there's no way you're going to do stuff like that all the time and that's just not who you are most of the time. Besides, it feels shitty when just because you dress up guys look in your direction. Same goes the other way. So you go out and waste $300 on designer clothes and work your ass off at the gym... a girl that actually cares about you and shares some of your interests is most likely not going to care. In fact, she'll wonder why you didn't spend the $300 on something more useful... like a router and 60ft of cat-5 to network your apartment
So where was I? Ah yes, finding these marvelous girls. First, try not to be shy (but don't be too outgoing either... most people don't pull it off well). Most geeks, m & f, are not social wizards, so just approaching one of us and starting up conversation is a big step. If you sidle up and she seems aloof or ignores you it may not be that she's not interested, but scared about what to say or you're her dream man in disguise and she doesn't want to seem too eager. Second, if you're at uni, clubs are your friend. I was in the ballroom and swing clubs at my school and met lots of great guys there (most in engineering). It's a fantastic social situation. If you're not interested, just do the steps and move on to the next partner.
I don't know what it's like from your guys' end, but I find every time I've tried to have decent coversation with non-geek types it can get a bit dodgy pretty quick. Me "I'm going to WWDC!!!! w00000t!!" Them: "what's WWDC?" Me "Er... it's this Apple developer conference... oh, forget it, you wouldn't understand" This is probably why all of my bfs have been from comp sci. That said, they've all been decent dressers and people you wouldn't mind bringing round a party, to meet friends, parents etc
In other words, don't forget about us. Not just comp scis, but those in engineering, physics, etc.