Dating sites for intellectuals
So while I’m not judging you for being just like I am – I AM pointing out to you that if you insist that you can ONLY be attracted to men who are smarter than you, you are relegating yourself to less than 2% of the population (before we consider things like looks, height, money, religion, humor, charm, attraction, values, etc.) Moreover, you’re relegating yourself to a man who is NOT A GOOD FIT FOR YOU. Thus, my wife doesn’t HAVE to be like me – because we’re great together.
And when two people who are that smart, that opinionated, and that strong-willed get together, it should obvious that sparks will fly – and tensions will mount. And yet you still hold your boyfriend to a ridiculous standard, as if a man who went to a state school and doesn’t watch Sunday morning political talk shows is a dullard. I married a woman who was smart – who gets every joke, who knows about Shakespeare and classical music, who has definite opinions about Israel/Palestine – but she’s not necessarily in the 98th percentile of intellectual curiosity. our time is usually spent talking about fixing up the house, raising our daughter, planning our next vacation, figuring out what we’re going to have for dinner, etc.
If you're ready to let go and have the cosmos take the wheel, test drive this app that relies on zodiac signs and astrology to find your star-crossed love.
Find out whether you're compatible on a cosmic level by selecting six traits paired with emoji that change based on your sign—like the red heel emoji as an option for the fashionable Libra.
The only downside is that you don't actually swipe, but receive six matches per day (so, perfect for the laid-back Cancer).season, take some wisdom from the reality TV age by turning the lens on yourself. On one side, you get a brilliant, stimulating mind, which really turns you on… Before I forget, there was one other thing I wanted you to consider: Very smart. Sounds like the price you pay for dating a great conversationalist is pretty steep, huh? The video-based app At First Sight is fittingly created by host Chris Harrison.
We think of this app as something like Chat Roulette for the dating age, where you're filming yourself in real time, except the time frame is drawn out to 60 seconds.
Known as the dating app for feminists, Bumble is the Sadie Hawkins Dance of apps where women make the first move.