Who did you vote for President for the year 2012 through 2016? The results are in and the American people have re-elected President Barrack Obama to lead our nation. And yet Facebook and Twitter are still chock-full of people debating about the presidency and partisanship. I thought it would start to get quieter around here. So, we decided to take a poll and see how much the dating game—at least with Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies—are affected by politics.
What percentage of men and women think politics matters in their love lives:
West: 71% of women found partisanship to play a significant role in their love lives, while 34% of men said the same.
Mid-West: 25% of women found partisanship to play of significant role in their love lives, while 69% of men said the same.
South: 62% of women found partisanship to play a significant role in their love lives, while 84% of men said the same.
East: 48% of women found partisanship to play a significant role in their love lives, while 49% of men said the same.
It seems like the divide doesn’t stop at the picket lines and polling stations. What do you think? Can you ever date someone who has different political beliefs? During the 2012 Election women and the economy were in the forefront, subjects our Sugar Daddies are deeply passionate about. This caused the campaign—and supporters—to become quite sensitive in my opinion. As anyone who is experienced in mutually beneficial relationships knows, the key to a fully functional arrangement is being open-minded and leaving preconceived notions at the door. I think the beauty of Seeking Arrangement is that it brings together the 99% and the 1% to create dynamic relationships, as well as fulfilling each other’s needs.
That’s the trouble with a “conventional relationship” as Brandon has said, “Unfortunately, most regular relationships aren’t mutually beneficial in nature, such as in a Sugar arrangement. If you are in a regular relationship often one person becomes used, or taken advantage of, then he or she is in a one-sided relationship where they’re are giving more than receiving. In an arrangement there is a solid rule that it MUST be mutually beneficial, otherwise if things come to an end someone is left feeling bitter. No one likes when Sugar turns sour, let alone bitter.”
We think both parties could learn a lot from each other by establishing a mutually beneficial relationship. It’s not that difficult to create common ground and create compromise within a divide country. If we can cater to both the 99% and the 1% of society, and these individuals are able to benefit each other 50-50, then keeping a country together should be easy. Voting is over, now it is time for unity.
Does politics turn sugar sour?
Have you ever had an issue with your SB or SD when it came to conflicting beliefs?
What is your opinion on the Election results?