Indian married women dating sites

04 Apr

Or is the forbidden suddenly not as forsaken as it used to be, with more men and women reaching out to one another, sans the baggage of already being in existing relationships? Is India ready for the sexual unbridling it seems to be poised for?Marriage, an ancient, sacred institution, akin to a habit, now being replaced with friends with benefits? And are women like me who openly shudder at the prospect of being a mistress understand that rules are to be flexed, broken and crossed over without the guilt and hurt?From the moment you create your account, set up your profile filling out all the naughty details, you will quickly realize how we are the perfect destination for discreet online dating. With 100% original members, profile confirmation, no scam policy and a surprisingly low membership fee, this is the place to start marital affair! We have success stories when it comes to the cougar dating but the member must know that Indian society has not gone that open yet.The writers are solely responsible for any claims arising out of the contents of this article.The writer is an ex lifestyle editor and PR vice president, and now a full-time novelist based in Delhi.Why aren’t eyebrows raised any more when a girlfriend confesses to a steamy one night stand with her boss on an overseas trip and why is the perception of the "other woman" in Bollywood no longer one of the slutty home-wrecker, an unstable, drunk, morally deviant single woman?"Maybe everyone is becoming commitment phobic at some level, and the millennials no longer harbour hope of being with someone for eternity.

They neither feel guilty about it, nor the quintessential "other woman" as both parties are fairly clear that there is no commitment involved, except fun and lots of unbridled physical intimacy. Most of these couples share an emotional chemistry.

They also find the distance attractive and full of promise.

Also, let’s face it, in a burgeoning single women population, successful women now prefer to remain unhitched.

Sites that are high-end and customised, with personalised "shaadi" managers and astro-checks that seem to be vying with the onslaught of dating apps and websites that seem to be mushrooming daily – promising to toss up the perfect companion for you.

And yet, caught between causal dating and legitimised marriage are more single women who seem to be either taking their singlehood in their own hands or just going with the flow, not attaching the usual societal stigma to an interested suitor, never mind if he comes with a wedding band firmly fixed on his left index finger, and his wife’s picture as his Facebook profile photo. Or is the very moral fabric of our culture now moulding itself to bridge the gnawing urban loneliness that is staring us in the face?