If you are looking for someone that can actually participate in a conversation, then this might be the spot for you.
A new dating app wants to help you find fellow intellectuals to love.
So if they had challenges then, it gets about 1,000 times worse once they're tossed from the warm womb of their alma mater. For simple things, it takes someone smart to really screw it up. Take piano, violin, tennis, swimming and Tibetan throat-singing lessons. Be "well-rounded." Well, you're a talented little bugger. At the same time, there's an opportunity cost associated with achievement.
From my observations, the following dating challenges seem to be common to most smart people. So whether you went (or should have gone) to the likes of Harvard, Yale, Princeton, MIT, Stanford, Columbia, Cornell, Swarthmore, Amherst, Dartmouth, Brown, Oxford, Cambridge, Berkeley, Penn, Caltech, Duke, read on: 1. Time spent studying, doing homework, and practicing the violin is time not spent doing other things -- like chasing boys or girls, which turns out is fairly instrumental in making you a well-rounded human.
Sapio bills itself as a go-to community for people who are drawn to other smart people. And presumably if you've selected this particular app, you've already identified yourself as at least sapio-curious.
Among other things, the free app allows users to define their orientation as sapiosexual, which is someone who finds intelligence attractive. that being a sapiosexual isn't just about your IQ, it's about bonding over shared interests and having meaningful conversation.