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Now, I understand much more the masculine vision on relationships and couple crisis in general: they are inevitable and necessary." "I’ve been on Gleeden for quite a while now and I’ve never been disappointed. Okay, I’m a cheater, I’m kinda naughty, I cheat on my wife, but I’m having a blast and I’m happy!!
Every new encounter (more or less cheeky) makes me feel overwhelmed with joy. To me, it is now obvious that cheating is part of my life balance.
"And even if many of them don't marry but just mingle with the other sex, or ultimately follow the tried-and-tested route of arranged marriage, what happens to the precious ideas of virginity and chastity?
That sounds like the death knell of arranged marriage.
The index finger automatically positions itself, to do the best thing it has ever done: swiping the screen-left, right, up, down. They had a great idea and they wanted to turn it into a business.
Everybody and their partner somewhere out there having fun. That hour when the mobile phone is one's best friend. The boys in the group add just one more adjective: "Pleasant."VIRTUAL BEST FRIENDSOne fine day in 2013, three friends-Sachin Bhatia, Hitesh Dhingra and Rahul Kumar-sat in a cafe in Delhi, racking their brains.
Nearly six per cent of web users currently use a dating app, according to research firm Global Web Index.
These encounters are full of tenderness, happiness and simplicity. Anyway, thanks to Gleeden, I feel happier and I bite the apple wholeheartedly! First, I’ve lived a beautiful story with someone that ended up a few months later. People like them form 55 per cent of the brave new world of dating apps, whispers an executive of the dating app company that has invited them to share ideas and insights on love in the time of apps. I got 13-14 matches in 15 minutes," says one girl, flicking her ponytail. We spoke for 5-6 days, exchanged numbers, found common friends, checked each other's Facebook profiles and then went out for coffee. As young Indians start playing with the play stores on their mobile phones, bursting with dating and match-making apps, years and years of safety nets built around the social space for love, romance and matrimony have started sprouting holes. They are from Delhi's top schools and colleges: socially confident, smart and attractive. Apps are for hook-ups in the West, here they're for creeps." A bubbly girl protests: "I met three nice guys.We have shared wonderful moments, we spent nights and even weekends together…Sex was important, but that was not the most important thing between us… Feeling loved by another man has helped me being more self-confident.
And they think I am some kind of a cheap woman, easy with my favours."The Delhi students echo the same sentiment.