We have discussed many things concerning Sugar Babies throughout the course of the blog: Motives Behind Sugaring, What You Need to Know About First Meetings, Screening POT SDs/ SBs, How to End a Sugar Relationship, and many more. However, it seems that we have left one of the white elephants in the room out of the conversation. And that is, “Is there an expiration date to Sugaring?”
First off, there is no real age limit to being a Sugar Baby. Some Sugar Daddies are strict when it comes to their age gaps, whether it’s that their Sugar Baby needs to be 10, 20, or 30 years younger max. While the majority are not. Remember, a 28 year old Sugar Baby is just as attractive as an 18 year old Sugar Baby. When considering whether or not to leave the lifestyle, age should never be a major deciding factor.
Some Sugar Babes leave the scene after finding that they are ready to settle down, either with someone they met while in the Sugar Bowl or out in the conventional dating world. While other women (and men), who have taken full advantage of their arrangements for all the possible benefits, may leave the Sugar Bowl once they feel it is time to move on.
When it comes to arrangements, it is just like any other relationship. If one party begins to slack on being mutually beneficial, then it may be time to say goodbye. However, if your arrangement has been going well for years and no other Sugar Babies are in the picture (considering that your Sugar Daddy or Mommy is not married), then it may be time to consider dropping the Sugar Daddy or Baby monikers.
So, technically, no. Sugaring does not have an expiration date. There is no rule book that says the Sugar lifestyle is supposed to be temporary. After all, when developing relationships we should all strive to find a partner that is willing to be mutually beneficial.
What do you think? Does the Sugar Lifestyle have an expiration date?