Bumble, the women-first courting app, reveals the courting deal breakers for single Indians forward of Valentine’s Day.
Clear courting intentions
Who does not wish to be on the identical web page as their pals? Not having clear courting intentions could be a deal breaker for 66 % of single Indians polled as they embrace courting in 2022.
Aligned on political leanings
For Gen Z and younger millennials in India, political opinions have gotten more and more vital. According to Bumble’s analysis, not agreeing on political opinions could be a deal breaker in relation to courting. 46 % of single Indians polled say they won’t date somebody with opposing political opinions.
Vaccinated or not
For daters in India, adhering to security protocols continues to be vital. Almost one-third (27 %) of Indians polled choose to not go on a date with out first discussing COVID-related security precautions and well being issues, and as much as 42 % say they won’t go on a date or have intercourse with somebody who has not acquired the COVID-19 vaccine.
Bumble has added a COVID Preferences Center to the Bumble app, which could be accessed by tapping the profile icon. This will assist normalize and higher facilitate conversations about courting in the course of the pandemic. Following a match, each people will be capable to see what the opposite individual’s courting preferences are – digital solely, or assembly outdoor and in uncrowded locations solely – and what precautions they wish to take.
“It’s critical to be authentic about who you are and what matters to you in order to forge a meaningful connection. Lockdown restrictions and social distancing norms have had a seismic impact on our dating priorities and choices when it comes to who, when, and how we want to date in the last two years. 2022 appears to be the year when people want to date in the way that is most comfortable for them, without making any compromises.” Bumble’s India Communications Director, Samarpita Samaddar, commented.