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Bradford also realized she wasn't interested in men who "didn't share my same drive to achieve, level of intellect, or desire to be in a relationship where our careers and social lives were of equal importance," she wrote in an Linked In essay.
In the essay, Bradford cited studies proving what she observed: that many men expect their wives' careers to be secondary to theirs after marriage, and that a man and woman are less likely to date if her income is higher than his.
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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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.
She got the idea for the app during her second year of an MBA program at Stanford University in 2014.
When she re-entered the dating world after a long-term relationship ended, Bradford wasn't happy with the lack of privacy and filters on OK Cupid, Tinder and other popular online dating websites.
Frawley just moved back to this area after nearly three years in Philadelphia, and it's been hard to meet friends, let alone go on dates.
A friend recommended The League over other dating websites such as Bumble, Frawley said.