There are many sugar arrangements that include health insurance, which is no surprise considering 52% of Sugar Babies polled aren’t covered. Yet the demand for health insurance may decrease in Sugarland as a result of certain components of the new health care bill.
Family coverage has been extended to children up to 26 years old, yet even if a Sugar Baby had parents with insurance, would she rather them pay the additional premium, or a Sugar Daddy cover the whole thing?
James: “On the topic of health, I wouldn’t pay for someone’s health insurance directly for a number of reasons. But I have encouraged my SB’s to get coverage (for example, through the Freelancers Union if they’re self-employed), have considered that essential cost of living in setting an appropriate amount, and have increased the allowance when premiums increased. I have also paid for special situations, like dental emergencies, which are typically not covered by insurance. Nothing is more important than good health, and if you care about someone, you’re going to want to make sure they are well covered.”
Sweety~AKA BG*395953: “I don’t think a SD should pay for Health insurance, if you get an allowance you can get your own! But, since i’m in Canada, it’s free!”
Lisa:“Health insurance pay would be a good asset. I don’t have insurance and have not been to a doctor since my daughter was born 17 years ago, and then I only went when I was in labor, no prenatal care at all and she was born healthy with no problems so health insurance would be ok but I would prefer shopping. My mom is 68 and has not been to the doctor since 1974 when she was 34 and she is healthy. my family all drops dead of heart attacks in their late 70’s.”
Sugar Babies: What is the most important way a Sugar Daddy/Mommy can support you?
Sugar Daddies: Are there certain wants or needs you would not support a Sugar Baby with? Care to share?
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