(PRWEB) December 06, 2014
MillionaireMatch.com is the world’s largest and longest-established premium dating site with over 14 years online and 2.2 million wealthy men and wealthy women members. Their forum section often results in some animated and interesting conversations between members. One recent thought-provoking question generated a string of posts, all on the question – “Do men desire intelligent women?”
Even the responses are intelligent, like this one from Flower999 (Santa Cruz, CA) – “Intelligence is not equal to income (e.g. no intelligence required to become lottery winners, basketball players, heirs to family businesses, etc.); intelligence is not equal to power... Intelligence is simply the one's capacity for logic, abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, communication, learning, emotional knowledge, memory, planning creativity and problem solving...Intelligence, itself, is not a threat but the addition of package. While we all appreciate an intelligent man with a good sense of humor, I wouldn't understand why we couldn't tolerant an intelligent woman in the society… Yes, intelligent men desire intelligent women. Most likely average men don't desire intelligent women. Maybe two parallel lines never have intersection point?”
To see more conversations, visit the blog on the millionaire club site- http://www.millionairematch.com/blog/greenkindeyes_/do_men_desire_intelligent_women__412464_1.html.
MillionaireMatch.com members are an intelligent group. Statistics show that 88.7% of those with over $1 million in assets and an annual income in excess of $200,000 indicate they’re looking for “long term relationship” or “marriage.” Of course, it’s not mandatory that MM members reveal their income, but for those who do want to show off their success, MM offers the “Certified Millionaire” option, which not only promotes the millionaires, but helps provide security and trust for potential daters. To be certified, anyone claiming to be a millionaire is required to submit their financial details – either last year’s tax return indicating more than $200,000 or a bank statement or other documentation showing assets in excess of $1 million.
The site has been covered by a dozens of key national media outlets including the Wall Street Journal, ABC, CNN, CBS and Forbes.com who voted it “Best of the Web.” MillionaireMatch’s members are some of the most successful people in the country – doctors, lawyers, pro athletes, CEOs, entrepreneurs and actors. Celebrities like Charlie Sheen and Matthew Perry have been confirmed by media as being past members.