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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?
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?
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Four of my closest girl friends, single and in their mid 30s, are all dating married men.
Are we less scared of the consequences of cheating as a grave moral sin?
They also find the distance attractive and full of promise.Is not being judgmental the only way to understand this growing shift in the nature of urban relationships?For women, there are men your parents "show you" on matrimonial websites.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.
Also, let’s face it, in a burgeoning single women population, successful women now prefer to remain unhitched.
Or as a friend in the corporate sector puts it, "Besides, most men in India in the 35 plus age bracket are all married with kids or are gay." The truth, however, is far from these two extremes.