left!" is the description you will read on every third person's Tinder bio. These people are like the hippies of India- poor (although they like to call themselves middle class). It's always possible to discuss what you want from Tinder after you 'match' with each other. I don't know what they're doing on Tinder. If you're married, don't get on Tinder "There are married guys, who have pictures with their wives. One guy even continuously messaged me on Twitter, and sent me a friend request on Linkedn.
See, it's not like Tinder was supposed to be the virtual Woodstock of our lives where we are allowed to be, and have a all blast while. Everyday, I would get 10-15 friend requests on Facebook. To put it in perspective, if you were a guy who will get 20-50x your annual ebitda as dowry if you play by the rules (not be promiscuous) why would you try to get laid before/outside of marriage? Of course because you are thinking of 'casual sex' all the time.
Now, it's perfectly alright to not want casual sex, like it is perfectly alright to want it, especially on a dating app. Its overall appeal in a country with an overwhelmingly young population is on expected lines. In fact, on a ranking of the most common description, it comes right after 'sapiosexual'. People born in the 80s and later are more aware liberal, but very few are real individualists- because the truth is the dowry system still prevails and everyone knows that and takes it as a given. It's pretty much a game of pretense and 1upping other people. Exploiting one of the aforementioned Indian "hippies" is the way. Hum Saath Saath Hai, that's somewhat strange, isn't it? I left because men on Tinder are mostly looking for no-strings-attached sex, which was not something I was looking for.