Valentine’s Day 2022: Here are some dating deal breakers for young Indians | Culture News


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Valentine's Day 2022: Here are some dating deal breakers for young Indians | Culture News

Valentine’s Day 2022: Here are some dating deal breakers for young Indians | Culture News

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New Delhi: Lockdowns and social distancing restrictions over the past two years have changed how people connect online and what they look for when looking for a partner. Women-first dating app Bumble has revealed deal-breakers for single Indians ahead of Valentine’s Day 2022.

clear dating intent

Who doesn’t want to be on the same page as their friends? When 66% of single Indians surveyed go on a date in 2022, having no clear dating intent could be a deal breaker.

Align with political leanings

For India’s Gen Z and young millennials, political views are increasingly important. According to Bumble research, disagreeing with political views when it comes to dating can be a deal breaker. 46% of single Indians surveyed said they would not date someone with opposing political views.

Vaccination or not

For daters in India, adhering to safety protocols remains critical. Nearly one-third (27%) of Indians surveyed are reluctant to date without first discussing COVID-related safety precautions and health concerns, with as many as 42% saying they would not date or with people who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19.

Bumble has added a COVID preference center to the Bumble app, which can be accessed by tapping the profile icon. This will help normalize and better facilitate conversations about dating during the pandemic. After the match, both people can see what the other’s dating preferences are—virtually only, or only outdoors and in uncrowded places—and what precautions they want to take.

“Being real about who you are and what’s important to you is critical in order to create meaningful connections.” Lockdown restrictions have been imposed over the past two years when it comes to who, when and how we want to date And social distancing norms have a huge impact on our dating priorities and choices. 2022 seems to be the year people want to date in whatever way is most comfortable for them without making any compromises. ‘ commented Samarpita Samaddar, Bumble’s India communications director.

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