YOUR STORY - June 18 - In India, 76% of women are ready to participate in a public demonstration to demand and fight for LGBTQIA+ rights, while 66% of men said they would do the same, according to the latest survey by OkCupid. The app surveyed ~200K users. When it comes to the next step – legalising same-sex marriage in India – the survey yielded similar results. While 82% of women suggested it's time to make the move, only 55% of men agreed. Melissa Hobley, CMO of OkCupid, attributes this empathy factor to cultural shifts and the rise of a strong feminist voice. Tinder recently rolled out an update, introducing sexual orientations with options like straight, gay, queer, asexual, bisexual, and demisexual. In a bid to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall riots in New York City, an uprising that served as the catalyst for the LGBTQIA+ movement across the world, Bumble has been fuelling conversations online with their #BumblePride.