Announced today, Dating.com, part of the Dating.com Group and the company behind numerous online dating sites, will begin recognizing June 5 as the official “International Day of Women’s Dating Rights.” The international dating service is claiming this day to celebrate the powerful women around the world who proudly embrace each and every one of their dating preferences.
This announcement is refreshing especially after recent women’s rights are being taken away by different states and equality is taking a step backward for the accolades we already fought for and won in the past.
Per Dating.com, too often women face limitation, hardship and discrimination for the relationships they seek out and decide to pursue. In fact, three out of five female Dating.com users claim that preconceived societal notions impact who they choose to engage with and limit overall satisfaction.
As stated by Dating.com, on average there are 78% female Dating.com users that have pursued a relationship with a member of a younger demographic at least once; compare this to their male counterparts, who stand at a whopping 89%. A majority of both men and women welcome younger partners, therefore a one-sided stigma is simply unjust. Platforms like Dating.com exist as a tool to help pinpoint those whose individual preferences align, and fully immerse users in their unique search for love. Dating.com has seen a spike in women initiating a conversation with men on the platform. Within the last year, this kind of conversation starter has increased by 268%. As women are taking a stronger stance in making their voices heard, more and more women are joining the platform.
On this International Day of Women’s Dating Rights, and every day, Dating.com will work to provide each user with the most fulfilling experience – no matter who it is or what they are looking for.
This is the right movement towards women’s dating equality rights. If you would like to register and find any type of partner you wish either young or old please visit www.dating.com.