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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.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Emily Davis, a first-year law student at Case Western Reserve University, is the kind of career-oriented woman that the dating app The League exists for.
Davis was among 500 Clevelanders chosen for The League's inaugural class of ambitious, well-educated men and women looking for the same qualities in a mate.
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"I wanted to never EVER hear a woman be worried that her educational achievements or career ambition would be a turn-off." Men who really are looking for a woman whose career drive matches theirs are praising The League.
"I really think this is such an amazing ecosystem you have created and I have met some amazing people," said David Yong of New York, who was quoted in the company's press materials.
"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.
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