On SeekingArrangement, generosity is the standard. But in real life, are women so desensitized by cheap men, that a world where a man willingly pays for everything with no strings attached is unimaginable? MissTravel was recently featured on Anderson Live last week, with an interview with two MissTravel members and Founder & CEO, Brandon Wade. Based on the audience’s feedback, we were surprised out how Anderson’s viewers perceive MissTravel.
We are at a constant odds with the media- and therefore the general public- about the notion that generosity always has to come at a price. There is no such thing as a free lunch, or a free vacation. There is no middle ground to rest upon. You’re either doing what everyone else is doing, or you’re in the wrong. It’s the biggest misconception to place the suspicion of prostitution upon those who seek mutually beneficial relationships because of the perks that come along with it. Of course, a talk show will always search for the most controversial angle and it’s clear that by presenting them with the best case studies we could hope for, they are struggling to find fault. They start off by accusing Nya & Haley of prostitution, and then cursing them for failing to meet men serendipitously.
Just because you met through an online dating site, and not at the laundry mat doesn’t mean your relationship isn’t organic. It’s ridiculous to think that serendipity is the only authentic way to meet someone. I find that as a pitiful excuse, a justification for those who can’t afford to (or are unwilling to) pay for dinner at Chili’s, much less a destination date with a beautiful woman. I admit that destination dating is not for everyone, but just because it’s not in everyone’s budget doesn’t make it prostitution. Whether you’re cheap or generous, all men are aspiring to have sex at the end of the night. But there is a difference between aspiration and expectation [and reality].
No money is exchanged on MissTravel. These girls are not putting out for excursions, or compromising their values for room and board. They chose to go on a destination date, not as a way to make money, but a way to travel and date outside of their normal circles. If your only criticism is the fact that traveling with a woman is outside of your budget, and you are better off meeting someone in a laundry mat, there is a fault in your argument. The fact of the matter is that no one would choose to meet some one in a laundry mat over Paris if given the choice.
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Have you ever been a travel companion for a Sugar Daddy, or through MissTravel? What was your experience like?