Extra marital affairs: 77% Indian women cheat due to boredom; 45% increase in same-sex encounters among married people
Download Extra marital affairs: 77% Indian women cheat due to boredom; 45% increase in same-sex encounters among married people for FREE
For many of us, marriage is the bond between two people who will remain faithful to their partner in good times and bad. But excess of options at the workplace, social-media platforms, and online dating sites are making Indians rethink the traditional approach to commitment.
According to a survey conducted by Gleeden, an extra-marital dating app for married people, the number of people looking for a third party has increased. The app now has over 600,000 users aging between 34-49 years and the data they provide about extra marital affairs is eye-opening.
Here are some of the many reasons for why women cheat on their partners:
– 77 per cent of Indian women cheat because they are bored by their monotonous married life.
– Since the Supreme Court of India abolished section 377 which criminalized same-sex extra-marital relationships, there was a +45 per cent increase in same-sex encounters among married people.
– India’s most unfaithful women live in the big metropolis: Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Kolkata are in the top 3.
– 31 per cent of unfaithful women have already had an affair with one of their neighbours.
Since the Supreme Court of India abolished section 377 which criminalized same-sex extra-marital relationships, there was a +45% increase in same-sex encounters among married people.
– 52 per cent of women and 57 per cent of men have already cheated on their partners during a business trip.
Going by the stats, it seems that the Indian audience is slowly but surely moving towards the idea of open/free relationships and are even open to exploring it after getting married.
Finding Love Online Can Be A Cakewalk, Just Avoid These Seven Mistakes
Get Rid Of These Dating Profile Mistakes
Everything in this world has become digital now. You can even find love by just one swipe of your finger. But some restrictions imposed by photo and character limits leave some of us at a bit of a loose end.
According to The Independent, two Reddit users asked men and women to list the red flags they’ve seen on dating profiles.
These are the seven mistakes people make while writing about themselves in a dating app bio:
Details Always Help
The Blank Profile
You’ve already gone to the effort of creating a profile, typing your name and age, maybe you even uploaded one pic. What else do they need?
Who Likes a Narcissist?
Firstly, that flash is obscuring the torso/chest/face you’re obviously desperate to show off. Secondly, you’re clearly a bit of a narcissist/you don’t get out much, hence the bathroom. Thirdly, don’t think we can’t see that there’s a toilet in the background.
Please Don’t be Vain
Short of stating your shoe size and your contact lens prescription, writing your height in your bio essentially translates to the following “I’m not interesting, I’m not witty, but I sure am tall”.
The group profile picture
Not only is this confusing as we have no idea who you are, but it immediately leads us to believe that you are the least attractive person in the photograph. Not a good start. Either bag yourself some beastly friends or play it safe with a solo pic.