Many sugar daddies and sugar babies have noticed that the world of online sugar dating is composed of a very diverse group of people. On SA, people from both ends of the 99% and 1% often intersect in their pursuit of mutually beneficial relationships.
With over 7,500 sugar daddy profiles on SA claiming an annual income of over $1 million a year, it’s not surprising that sugars have a unique insight into relationships that involve financial disparities.
Indeed, a major factor in many people’s sugar lives is getting a taste of a ‘different world’…
“. . . Such is wall street. My ex SD [sugar daddy] said it right “Only on wall street you will see people in Rolce Royces taking advice from those riding in a subway.” Smart man he was… and a generous one as well. In order for one to be as generous as he was he would have to be completely comfortable with who he is as a man. As we all know though Wall street is run by insecure basterds who try to prove to the world just how awesome they are.” – NYC SB
Yet another sugar baby member wrote to Brandon on his Facebook telling him:
“Hey Brandon, I saw you on Dr. Phil! I think your sites really do empower women. I met someone on the Forbes 400 list through seeking arrangement who is now investing in a business idea of mine. On top of that we have traveled the world together. Traveling has really helped me grow as a person. Thanks for running great sites!”
From the comments above, it would seem that the world of sugar dating may offer more than just new experiences. But by connecting the 99% with the 1%, sugar daddies and sugar babies are helping each other improve their lives. New businesses are launched, and with that more value and wealth created, and with that new jobs for our fractured economy.
One Sugar Baby recently shared she doesn’t take an Sugar Daddy seriously until he spends $1,000 on dinner/entertainment/gifts for her. The ways in which a sugar decides that a pot (potential Sugar Daddy or Sugar Baby) is up to their arrangement standard, will vary based on individual ideas about what makes a supposed sugar a worthy candidate.
How do you tell if an SB/SD is serious?
Do you have a story of sugar empowerment to share?