they did notice an increase in same-sex encounters by 45%
It has been revealed that married Indian women seek older men aged between 30-40 years as partners for extramarital affairs.
The data collected from the extramarital dating app Gleeden disclosed this seemingly shocking information.
The data also revealed that most men prefer younger Indian women aged between 25-30 years and are “open to everything” as they seek excitement.
Unlike men, Indian women are cautious with their choice because they prefer “virtual” exchanges.
The report continued to mention how the majority of the users use the app via their smartphones as opposed to the mobile website.
On average the time a user spends on the app is 1.5 hours during three intervals in the day. They are between the times 12 pm to 3 pm, during their lunch breaks and between 10 pm to midnight.
It can be assumed these times spent on chat through the app is due to their partners being distracted or asleep.
The report went on to highlight that Delhi ranked four out of the top five “unfaithful” cities in India. Delhi subscribers also represented 18% of Gleeden’s users.
Bengaluru ranked first on the top five unfaithful cities. Mumbai was second and Kolkata third, followed by Delhi and Pune.
In Delhi, the ratio of Indian men to Indian women is 65:35, which is higher than India’s average that stands at 70:30.
It was also stated that Indian women in Delhi are more active online as they spend over two hours daily on the app.
They mostly look for men who have a high income like doctors, dentists, chartered accountants and higher-level managers.
On Gleeden, 12% of the subscribers who were mostly married Indian women were found to be seeking an extramarital affair with a person of the same sex.
The report mentioned only 3% of married subscribers selected “homosexual” as their sexual orientation and 1% “bisexual.”
The company also revealed that the number of affairs in India are lower than in other parts of the world.
However, they did notice an increase in same-sex encounters by 45% over the past six months.
This change could be as a result of the abolition of section 377 of the Indian Penal Code.
Previously, those who voluntarily had intercourse against the perceived natural order of any man, woman or animal could be imprisoned.
This change has allowed people to freely express their sexual preferences. They can openly pursue homosexual or bisexual affairs outside of wedlock.
Married India women are seemingly no longer suppressing their desires or lust.