Trending News

The Other Route to Happiness: Erdaosan Matchmaking

2 Mins read

We don’t choose where we’re born or who we fall in love with. We come into this world only as ourselves. While we know who we are, in many societies, our identity is not aligned with traditional norms. Sure, in some countries, who you are is embraced no matter your sexual orientation and preferences. But in countries like China, people who don’t fall into the “normal,” heterosexual definition struggle to live their lives as authentically as they’d like to. 

We’re pretty sure you know there’s no such thing as normal. Maybe you always knew you were gay, or maybe after your 50th date with the opposite sex, you realized that it’s not them; it’s you. You’ve finally discovered the last piece of the puzzle.

And while you’ve figured out your sexual orientation, now there’s another problem: social stigma. In many Asian societies, family plays an extremely important role in one’s life – we don’t have to tell you that, you already know. There’s pressure to go to the best school, find the right job, marry the perfect partner and have children to carry the family bloodline proudly. And we all know that being gay doesn’t exactly go with that traditional expectation. 

But you’re not alone on this. In Asia, there are an estimated 30 million gay men and women between the ages of 15 and 60-years-old, all looking for connection and love. With the cards stacked against you, how can you find love and uphold your family traditions and expectations?

Not following family tradition and disobeying the parents is something that’s heavily frowned upon and out-of-line in Asia. So, how can you live the life you want while keeping your family appeased? This is where a Xing Shi marriage, also known as a marriage of convenience, can help reduce family pressure and let you live the life you want. 

Xing Shi marriages work by having gay or lesbian individuals marry someone of the opposite sex to divert their parent’s attention and end the “when are you getting married” questions and persistent nagging. A marriage of convenience works for both parties involved, allowing them the freedom to live their lives while pleasing their families. So, how do you enter a Xing Shi marriage? That’s where Erdaosan matchmaking comes in. 

Erdaosan isn’t your typical matchmaking platform. While most dating apps are geared to help you find the love of your life, ErDaoSan focuses on helping you find a spouse that isn’t interested in falling in love; rather, they’re interested in finding a partner with similar interests and values who will help you live freely. 

While that sounds easy-peasy, finding a partner, whether for love or convenience, isn’t easy. At the end of the day, you are marrying this person, and you want to have a good relationship with one another. You want to enjoy spending time with them and have a certain level of compatibility so you can cohabitate happily. The Erdaosan matchmaking platform helps people to safely meet a potential spouse based on habits and personal interests. 

So what are you going to do? Not live life by who you are? Those days are long gone, and it’s time to live the life you want. Try the ErDaoSan app today to help you find your spouse of convenience. Sign up today for early access to our platform! 

120 posts

About author
Ujwal Sharma is an Indian Award-Winning Entrepreneur, Investor and Digital Marketer. He is the Founder and CEO at Uzi World Digital. Follow Ujwal Sharma on Twitter - @Theujwalsharma
Articles
Related posts
ClimateTrending NewsWorld

Evacuation procedures underway as Ian approaches Cuba and Florida

2 Mins read
Monday, September 26, residents of Cuba and Florida were instructed to prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Ian. Late Monday morning, the…
EntertainmentTrending News

Leo DiCaprio and Gigi Hadid continue to spark dating rumors

1 Mins read
Is there a budding couple in the Big Apple? As per several sources, serial bachelor Leonardo DiCaprio and supermodel Gigi Hadid appear…
PeopleTrending NewsWorld

Britain and the royal family bid final farewell to Queen Elizabeth II

2 Mins read
The world said a final goodbye to Queen Elizabeth II on Monday, September 19. Hers was a full state funeral that was…