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No wonder some women downplay their intelligence and accomplishments so they don't drive men away, she said.
"I wanted to build a community where smart, outspoken, high-achieving women are celebrated and encouraged to progress in their career full-time," Bradford wrote.
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Users don't have to be vice presidents or CEOs, but the app does "look for people who are driven," Davis said.
"I love The League so far; met some amazing women and being new to San Francisco, it's really helped me a lot," Simon Walker was quoted as saying in press materials.
Those singles will decide whether to date a "part-time gym-goer, full-time pizza pundit," or someone whose profile admitted, "I dip my fries in my Frosty and put chips on my sandwich.Nationally, 30 percent of League users have advanced degrees, and 20 percent have MBAs.Lauren Frawley, 27, thinks that her master's degree in occupational therapy helped make her one of the 500 Clevelanders chosen for The League's opening day."I got the impression The League is for people who are serious about dating," Frawley said. "Somebody who has their crap together," she laughed.The League -- which does focus on people who want to date and not just text endlessly -- is trying to promote equality in marriage, according to CEO and founder Amanda Bradford.