A decline in ghosting, breadcrumbing & catfishing when it comes to dating
By IANS | Published: July 21, 2021 03:54 PM2021-07-21T15:54:03+5:302021-07-21T15:55:21+5:30
New Delhi, July 21 With the wider rollout of vaccinations among younger age groups in India, more than ...
New Delhi, July 21 With the wider rollout of vaccinations among younger age groups in India, more than one in three, daters are feeling hopeful about dating in 2021, reveals a survey by Bumble. The women-first dating app and social networking platform, revealed how the pandemic has shaped the way single Ind are dating, especially post the second wave.
Dating has changed for the better
The time spent in lockdowns has allowed people to focus on what they are truly looking for while dating, giving them a renewed sense of clarity and confidence in taking control of their dating lives as they meet new people. Through recent research, Bumble has found that people are now dating more intentionally than before the pandemic they're being more honest about what they're looking for in a relationship, whether it's something casual or serious. In fact, 74 per cent of single Ind surveyed feel there is a decline in negative behaviour in dating such as ghosting, breadcrumbing, catfishing, among others.
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