I just wanted to check it out, and I'm single, it's summer, I have time... and I ended up making a full on profile. I read some of the profiles from the men there, and many of them were different than I thought. They wrote really thoughtful, detailed explanations of what they're looking for, and how they view these arrangements, and I started to change my mind about the whole thing. There are even many guys in their 20's and 30's (successful tech entrepreneurs, lawyers, doctors, executives, etc.) who aren't as wealthy as the 40-60 year old multi-millionaires (some are), but want to be sort of like a rich boyfriend who buys you nice things, takes you out, and on trips, but who you have an actual relationship with. They're not bad-looking either, and in decent shape. They're just really short on time, very busy, and many travel a lot so it's hard to maintain a traditional relationship. They want someone very pretty, fit, sweet, and giving, who they can be with and spoil with no drama or stress.
I don't really want to see guys older than my dad, but seeing one of these younger guys? It's really tempting. I've already received several messages, and interest, some men offering allowances between 3-10K/month even (though I don't know how I feel about an allowance), but I haven't replied yet. I guess I just need outside opinions on whether I'm making a mistake or not, and why you think that, or why not. I'm so conflicted. Please try to keep an open-mind and really consider what I'm saying before writing a reply, though. Pretend you're me. How would you feel in my position? What would you do? Thank you!
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If I were you I'd be extremely cautious about who I meet up with. Meeting up with anyone online, even tinder can be dangerous at times so I would recommend bringing some self defence item with you for your first meet up with someone just in case.
When you make an arrangement you have to be clear to each other about what you both want. And if there is a case that you may not want to have sex you need to say so. Or if it is that you don't want sex on the first date it's best you hint it or say straight away.
If you meet up with someone and you feel like they are treating you like shit, don't be afraid to end the arrangement.
Also if you think something seems almost far too good to be true, try not to fall for it.
And lastly, never bring them to your home, I would say having a fake name would be ideal as well, just in case. But do whatever you feel the most comfortable with. And also there might be a case that your first date doesn't work out how you wanted it to, just like in normal dating, don't stress it, there are many more out there that may work for you. And try to meet perhaps a few dates at a time? I mean, whatever you feel comfortable with, or if you wanna give it a shot on one person, well that's up to you.
Good luck and stay safe. 😊1