This means that people are allowed to paste a Mensa badge on their profiles to signify their interest in the society, hopefully attracting fellow enthusiasts. A Harvard graduate, Binazir said highly intellectual people can frequently feel "entitled" to love. This exclusivity -- some might say snobbery -- is part of Mensa's lore. However, this does not prevent Mensans from chatting up non-Mensans on Match. Genius hub Mensa is teaming up with Match. The best way to transfer money overseas. Famous faces with brains to match — The star of MTV's "Awkward ," Ashley Rickards says she joined Mensa after a competitive ex-boyfriend made her feel intellectually inferior.
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In addition, members can add a special Mensa badge to their profiles, signaling a specific interest in connecting with a single person with a confirmed genius-level IQ score. But the partnership with Match. Sereg has decided a college education -- not a Mensa IQ -- is her basic requirement for a future mate. This is not the first time Match. More from The Telegraph. But one expert thinks the results could be much worse. Famous faces with brains to match — Beauty and brains: