Last year, I’d the chance to work closely with a group of young journalists and interns. The majority of them had been created after Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge premiered (this is certainly, after 1995), and boasted of prestigious liberal maters that are alma from Jadavpur University to Ashoka University.
All of them had another part of typical: Dating lives many older Indian millennials could just have dreamt of within their 20s.
The spring chickens had stories that evoked everything from curiosity to outright envy among older bosses in my office from meeting scores of new people on Tinder to being unabashed about sex. And, this appears to be a pattern across companies.
A married banker that is 38-year-old he seems “massive jealousy” as he hears in regards to the dating life of their juniors. Continue reading