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#AllyOfLove: Love Doesn’t Discriminate and Neither Does Millennial India




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Strengthening its long-standing help of the LGBTQi neighborhood, throughout this yr’s International month of Pride, a world courting app launched it’s digital marketing campaign #AllyOfLove.

#AllyOfLove: Love Doesn’t Discriminate and Neither Does Millennial India
Strengthening its long-standing help of the LGBTQi neighborhood, throughout this yr’s International month of Pride, a world courting app launched it’s digital marketing campaign #AllyOfLove.

Indian millennials have time and once more been on the frontlines of change in India. This is a era that has robust beliefs and isn’t afraid to face up for others. When on-line courting was launched, they accepted it too. Strengthening its long-standing help of the LGBTQi neighborhood, throughout this yr’s International month of Pride, worldwide courting app OkCupid launched it’s digital marketing campaign #AllyOfLove.

This marketing campaign celebrates the battles which were fought and proceed to be fought on a regular basis for like to be accepted although all people crave for love. It is a reminder that love doesn’t discriminate and neither does millennial India. Its aimed to create a digital coming collectively to point out solidarity with the thought of affection with out boundaries. While a pandemic has pressured folks to remain at residence, they’ll nonetheless make their voice heard and declare themselves to be a secure area for the members of the neighborhood albeit from a distance, as an #AllyOfLove.

The marketing campaign attracts insights from person responses to questions on the app, breaking gender stereotypes indicated by the progressive ideas of at this time’s era. 96% customers stated they care about LGBTQi+ points and over 95% customers cross varied sexual orientations and preferences have expressed wanting love.

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95% members from the LGBTQ+ neighborhood consider homosexual marriages ought to be made authorized in India. Over 90% of cis-het males and girls echo the identical views. However, as many 35% customers who determine as queer don’t have buddies from the LGBTQi+ neighborhood itself. This truth makes it much more crucial for every of us to lift our voices in a celebration of affection.

The digital movie conceptualized by Dentsu WebChutney, is a 2020 tackle the favored sport ‘Never have I ever’. Following the instruction – ‘If you agree, turn on your camera’ – a gaggle of 9 numerous people throughout the gender and sexuality spectrum, are requested questions on their love lives and relationships. These questions vary from whether or not ‘they have ever been nervous about asking someone out’ to ‘have their feelings ever been dismissed’.

The responses clearly indicated how progressive and welcoming this neighborhood of customers is whereas spotlighting the necessity for all us to rally round members of the LGBTQi neighborhood and present them our help.

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