Sugar Daddies have been receiving more recognition for their role in society than ever before, with more information about the real people who live the sugar lifestyle being shared and discussed online, in books, on TV, in the movies, and in hair salons and coffee shops.
It’s estimated that over 3 million Sugar Daddy and Baby profiles have been created since 2006.
The fact that some women are seeking Sugar Daddies despite not having any financial need doesn’t come as a surprise to many here, but non-sugars are often unaware of how SD/SB relationships can be just as complex and varied as any other relationship configuration.
Why Sugar Daddies are ‘In’:
Show Off Sugar Daddies: Even ‘self-made’ millionaires like Paris Hilton are finding Sugar Daddies to help make life a little sweeter. Paris’ new Sugar Daddy recently spent nearly $5 million on champagne for her and her friends.
College Degree’s Don’t Guarantee Financial Stability: While having a college degree is still a definite advantage in today’s workplace, it doesn’t always equate to a high paying job (especially if your degree has anything to do with kids…)
Perhaps the underlying reason behind much of societies contempt for the sugar lifestyle is envy. Sugar relationships are constantly being glamorized, vilified, sugar-coated and scapegoated, but the sugar phenomena is no trivial matter.
Do you think society gives fair treatment to those in Sugar Daddy relationships?
How would people you know really feel about your sugar-life if they knew about it? Would some of them be jealous?