Committed, long-term, traditional relationships can be a beautiful thing… but I’m sure we all have our own sob stories of heartbreak resulting from relationship drama.
It takes a big dose of reality with a side of wisdom to take the leap into the valley of Sugar Daddy dating. One of the most unique aspects about this way of dating is that it brings people from all ‘classes’ and backgrounds together in mutually beneficial relationships; and as social stratification grows wider in these economic times, could this be a way of bridging the gap?
Most are here to meet an end without committing to unrealistic expectations, or sacrificing all dignity with a purely platonic transaction.
Gray area there most certainly is! But let’s face it, the world is turning a new leaf, and it’s all about accepting the gray area – no more black & white vision.
One of our very own Sugar Baby bloggers has gotten a lot of flack lately… She posted her story on The Daily Beast a few days ago, and has got the whole blogosphere abuzz with sugar daddy chatter. Everyone from the New York Times to Salon.com has been questioning the Sugar Daddy lifestyle; as either blatant prostitution, or the evolution of modern dating…
Question for All: A woman who has a 7 yr old son and 9 yr old daughter from her marriage of 11 years called our billing office the other day. She said that a few months ago, her husband divorced her without much notice, and she recently discovered that he is now living in an apartment with his 22 yr old Sugar Baby, whom he met on SeekingArrangement.com The curious, polite caller, who says she’s now 36, ended the call by blasting our site and its members as “depraved and selfish”.
There’s always two sides to every story, and one might say that this SD would have left his wife inevitably, sugar or no sugar. Does anyone have any thoughts about ‘rules’ for married SD’s & SB’s? Can some marriages be considered “depraved”? Should people be more “selfish” before they decide to get married – possibly preventing future turmoil?
“What percent of interested SD’s actually make good on the spoiling promised on their profile?
How do you get past the time-wasters without making unreasonable demands up front?” -BettiergirlDD
Would it turn you off if a potential Sugar Baby asked for support right away?
Would you rather romance a SB and spoil her somewhat spontaneously, or provide her regimented support?