Following the trends of the West, India is rapidly evolving as a modern society with city dwellers embracing the culture of dating, cohabiting relationships, casual affairs and adventures. Speaking of the general concept that post-marital partners are loyal and have no inclination towards the opposite sex other than their partner.
However, in the present times, this concept seems to be in play as facts have been revealed through a dating app that indicates that married people in India are slowly turning towards the quotes, yes you read that right!
Gleeden, an extramarital app based in France. Of course, those who join this app are interested in having relationships outside of their marriage. Currently, the app has more than 10 million users worldwide and the most surprising thing is that around 20% of the user base is from India.
The company has said that most people in this category belong to urban households and are from tier 1 cities followed by tier 2 and 3 cities respectively. Users of this app reportedly believe that they don’t want to disturb their marriage, which is immensely satisfying with their trusted partners and children.
Users of the company believe that there is more to life than just one partner can fulfill, so they hope to secretly hook up with someone outside of their marriage.
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Not surprisingly, it is claimed that the majority of Gleeden’s Indian users come from affluent and affluent societies within a well-established ecosystem or run their own successful businesses. Most of them are successful engineers, counselors, administrators, officers or entrepreneurs.
But what came out of the blue in the whole revelation was that there is a fair share of users consisting of Indian housewives willing to indulge in extramarital affairs through Gleeden.
A broad claim that is being made about active participation in these apps is that men above 30 years and women above 26 years have been claimed to be actively participating in India.
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