Source: The Guardian
A new Tinder-like dating app for wannabe polygamists is courting controversy in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation, where such unions are legal but largely seen as taboo.
The application, which has been downloaded 50,000 times since its release this May, is marketed as an online platform to match male and female users ready to be part of a “big family”.
Ironically, says the app’s creator, 35-year-old Lindu Cipta Pranayama, it was the growing rate of divorce that inspired his creation.
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