It belongs to the Evangelical Missionary Church of Argentina.The Church is founded and chaired by Pastors Joseph and Mabel Maria Silvestri Silvestri.
For the millennial generation, finding love is now just a swipe, like, comment and wink (emoticon) away.
With the advent of dating apps and social media, youngsters are finding it easier to zero in on their dates via these mediums. When compared to the mid-90s and early 2000's trends, this is relatively different, though.
While that was more out of curiosity about the concept, now it is the novelty it brings to their interactions. Even though house parties and meeting friends of friends during get-togethers and college fests is common, most find it easier to get to know each other via social media.
With Valentine's Day close at hand, we conducted a survey among college students in the age group of 17-21, wherein almost 73 per cent youngsters vouched for online dating. It's considered a great place to start conversations online, only to meet and hang out later.
Says 18-year-old Priya Singh, "It gets easier to know someone's likes and dislikes through social media.
And especially if you've met once before, it becomes easier to communicate with them." Many resort to online dating since there's some suspense value to it, negating the dullness factor that breeds from familiarity.While dating apps are quite popular, those in the age group of 23-27 prefer long-term relationships.Auzer Shaikh, a commerce student has been on a date with someone he met through one of these apps."Apps give you an option to find people and if you're really interested in someone, you won't mind taking a step ahead to know them better," he says.Resistance among the rest Those not resorting to online apps and social media do so because of a variety of reasons.Says 22-year-old Siddhant Mohite, "I think people are most of the time fake and impersonal online.