Hook-Up culture destroying India’s Culture and Youth

Seema Rai
Seema Rai

Tinder has come of age. The app controls the lives of single people. If you go to any Indian who isn’t in a relationship right now, chances are they’re on Tinder. Tinder has given rise to the hook-up culture. For a long time, India has been attempting to westernize, and young people now feel free to express their sexuality. And they no longer believe in saving their virginity for their future husband or wife.

In this fast-paced hook-up and Tinder society, people occasionally find someone they are truly enamored by and want to pursue things further. Living with your spouse has become a form of trial and error before marriage.

Although live-in relationships are not at all a new idea. This has prevailed for a long time and is gaining popularity. They have been around for a long time and are becoming increasingly popular. In actuality, live-in partnerships are legal, and couples who have lived together for an extended period are deemed married.

Hooking up has traditionally been viewed negatively as a ‘Western’ influence

Hookup culture is predicated on sexual intimacy that is accompanied by an outward rejection of any emotional connection that may accompany that physical relationship. The convenience of dating apps and the availability of contraception. Also, the freedoms that college and young adult life afford all contribute to the popularity of this culture among college students. Apart from the difficulty of promoting effective sexual discourse and education.

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However, people in the dating pool have another difficult challenge. Hookup culture creates the impression that love and relationships are unrealistic goals. It is reasonable to say that we are dealing with small, but all-too-real, anxieties brought on by technology.

For example, we may now monitor our significant others’ followings and bite our nails when we discover they are at a weird residence on SnapMaps at 3 a.m. on a Saturday. And worrying why they have taken a few minutes too long to answer our most recent text message. Essentially, social media and technology in general provide a channel for relational concerns and anxieties. Overthinking makes it much more difficult to form true friendships.

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