Dat­ing, a women’s game af­ter all?

Ac­cord­ing to a re­search, women are ini­ti­at­ing and lead­ing con­ver­sa­tions when it comes to dat­ing

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Leisure - IANS

If you thought men ruled the dat­ing game in our coun­try, think again. A re­cent study has re­vealed that women have started tak­ing the ini­tia­tive when it comes to ask­ing men out on a date, or plan­ning a re­la­tion­ship. A na­tion­wide re­search un­der­taken by dat­ing app Truly Madly has re­vealed in­sights into the dat­ing habits of In­dia. Ac­cord­ing to the sta­tis­tics, 46% of women re­spon­dents said that they are happy to take the lead in plan­ning a date, while the cor­re­spond­ing num­ber for men stood at 62%. “We are notic­ing that it’s the women who are rather ini­ti­at­ing and lead­ing the con­ver­sa­tions with men they match up with,” the sur­vey stated. The re­search also sug­gests that even as gen­der roles are in­ter­chang­ing, more women (53%) will still choose a ful­fill­ing re­la­tion­ship over a ca­reer. As many as 48% women said that they pre­fer brains over brawn, while 52% men pre­fer suc­cess over good looks. On the other hand, 47% men and 48% women re­spon­dents said that they are open to shar­ing their so­cial net­work pass­words with their part­ner.

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