A lot of my friends have found their boyfriends on Tinder and we’ve all heard of Tinder marriages!Therefore, there’s no point reinforcing the superbly outdated and unfortunate premise that Tinder is only for hookups.Ever wondered if they are, just like most graduation students, party animals who are there to enjoy their life to the fullest?Or is it all just books, books and more books and being worried about the future?They, very often, objectify the female body and abnegate her identity.Casual sex for women in India can also sometimes be an argument for safety, not against shame. Women’s expectations of safety and respect are higher than most men’s willingness to honour them.It dispelled the theory that men only want to hookup and women only want a committed relationship. “Men in India don’t know how to indulge in casual sex without becoming exploitative or disrespectful, and turning into epic jerks,” a female friend tells me. ” A second friend whispers, “What if my parents found out?
It doesn’t help that many of our Indian movies reaffirm laddish and loutish ideas of love, sex, gender roles and female stereotypes. The bludgeoning of a million wet dreams of Indian men, everywhere.They thought that Tinder would create a marketplace for guilt-free casual sex, like a of female bodies, ready to be looked at and home-delivered, easier than ordering shaving cream on Bigbasket.Well, IIT Bombay on Tuesday put out a comprehensive survey -- a survey which covers everything from how often their students take a bath to how their dating experiences are -- that throws fascinating insights into the life of an IIT-ian.The survey done by Insight, featuring some funky infographics, was recently conducted on its 2016 batch that graduated this month to learn about their experiences, wishes, dreams and aspirations.