Hypocrisy is inescapable, and we find it in every human we meet in our lifetime. Practically, everyone is a hypocrite when it comes to proving themselves and their points. We can only get to know whether a person is a hypocrite or not, through his words, actions, and behavioral patterns. If you are an introvert, the chances are remarkably low for you to encounter hypocrites and may not find yourself as a hypocrite because of your less-engaging personality. But, extroverts are the ones who like to mess up with everyone, everything, and in every situation.
If a person is a sapiosexual, the personality traits of being an introvert or an extrovert don't count because conversations and exploring the other person's intelligence are the basic requirements, to get to know a fellow human being. Hence, talking to people and sharing knowledge also results in encountering a lot of hypocrites and in showcasing one's hypocrisy to keep up the level.
Like how, a successful businessman is confident, bold, brave, and proud about one's achievements and most importantly money, every sapiosexual is both confident and proud of one's knowledge. Now you may wonder, how this could transform a person into a hypocrite. Well, when the emotions of confidence and pride exceed their levels, then any person may lose his grip and fall into the pit of hypocrisy. Not every sapiosexual is a hypocrite, but a few of them are and they show their hypocrisy by boasting about their knowledge levels.
Forget about sapiosexuals for a while, there are many highly educated, successful, and well-experienced people in the world. Try approaching a person who has 40 years of experience in the Medical field and tries to question his capabilities by choosing a doctor who has 3 years of experience to conduct very silly surgery. Be prepared to get a lecture about age, experience, and knowledge. The hypocritical factor over here is; the doctor who was once an intern 40 years back couldn't encourage or entertain a doctor with less experience after 40 years. Knowledge sometimes lets a person feel excessively proud about one's self and by default expect others to consider him/her as the best.
Not every highly intellectual and distinguished person has to be a sapiosexual. Some people don't even consider intelligence as a factor or a preference to select a partner to hang out, date, or marry. Unlike sapiosexuals, many intelligent men and women don't like to have equal or more intelligent partners than them. Of course, it's their choice of committing to dumb people so that they can feel empowered by dominating their less intelligent partners. And these kinds of relationships work better than others, indeed. This is why we can see many entertainment industry couples with a huge age difference. Because there, the experience, money, name, and fame matters. Hence, the odd coupling of a 60-year-old successful director can be witnessed with a 23-year-old beautiful struggling actress.