Whitney Casey – relationship expert and writer for the Houston Chronicle, just interviewed one of our very own SA Sugar Babies for an article about Sugar Daddy dating that came out last Sunday. The readers have, let’s just say, given their OWN opinion about our personal lives… and they’re even giving Whitney Casey some flack for writing an article about us “deprived individuals”…
Below are comments from “HoustonChronicle.com”:
OH. MY. GOD.
I believe there are other words to call these men and women. Johns and hookers.
Somebody just wrote: “Why not start running some articles about finding healthy relationships,…” Might I remind you all what the divorce rate is in the U.S.? How many times does an average man/woman get married? Have you seen how many books and television shows there are on how to have or create a healthy relationship? What is healthy? Hmmm? Don’t we all want the same things? companionship, respect, affection, sustenance. My sugar daddy is my best friend, confidant, emotional supporter and great fun. But, things work out better for us living separately. He enjoys talking care of me and I love pleasing him. Tell me, how is that different than being married? How many women expect their husbands to take care of the bills while they do….what? Stay home? Put on her prom dress and attend the charity ball every year? I do that….just with someone that I don’t have to worry about whether he is annoying or overbearing or lazy or…whatever. THAT is healthy to me.
There are so many wonderful wonderful women out there…why do you continue to focus your column on the ones that make women look bad (the habitually late woman with no concern for others, the beauty queen and her gazillion steps for looking great on the fly, the cougar who dresses like a kitten, the sorority sister that googles zip codes, and now the vapid sugar baby)? I think you usually mean to point out their downfalls in an effort to give women advice, but it is getting a little old.
How about something that’s positive about women? All you are doing now is validating stereotypes. JMHO.
Arrangements are NOT nessesarily affiars!!! Sometimes married couples agree to arrange for one partner to make a safe and mutually benificial arrangement with someone because health problems don’t allow them to have intimacy. Many others are single and want to provide more than just a hot dog and fries to the women they date, especially in THIS economy. Stop the judgement my friends, this is nothing but putting a clean and transparent system behind what has been going on throughout the ages. Now, I know for a fact that there are more Texas sugar daddies on SeekingArrangement than in almost any other state except California, yet, somehow, the MORAL wrath of some of my fellow Texans appears un-reasonably violent and non-understanding. Finally, can we all agree that it’s not the site or the fact that people are making arrangements that bother so many, but instead, the way some choose to use the ‘mutually beneficial relationship model’. I’m NOT going to apologize for being smart, and breaking this down to the level it should be so ignorant and blindly judgmental statements can be held to the test.
I’m sure none of those who are posting such out-rage have never known anyone (maybe even themselves?) who ever continued to date someone simply because of the frills and nice treatment they received… I hear a hint of jealousy in most of those posts! Maybe they think their husbands would look into this because they’re married to them!
Click here to read the article for yourself, and feel free to add YOUR two cents about this lifestyle choice.