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In truth, I have a lot of decidedly unintellectual interests, such as "Real Housewives" and eyeliner, and I don’t want some smarty-pants getting all judgy on my personal fun. I’m not talking about choosing someone who you can feel intellectually superior to in order to boost your ego, I’m talking about choosing men for different reasons than intellectual compatibility.

Especially when it comes to the topic of feminism, I have no real expectation that the men I date be able to engage with the ideology or topics I study and write about on the level I do.

Not all, but many men are only comfortable when they can have the last word.

These alpha types might seek to avoid partners who compete with them intellectually, looking instead for someone to bolster their ego, rather than destroy it.

The questions are arranged into categories like Hypotheticals and Achievements.

The use of questions mirrors more intensive browser-based dating services, such as Ok Cupid and Match.

If you’re ready to find someone who can match your intellect this Valentine’s Day, new dating app Sapio might be for you.

The app’s name comes from the word “sapiosexual”, meaning “a person who finds intelligence to be a sexually attractive quality in others.” “Sapiosexuals can’t be simply defined as people who are only attracted to the highly intelligent.

Some might say that I’m one of those women who put off men with my achievements, of which I’m really proud: I’ve published books on the theory of consciousness and the future of the brain.