"Nina Peterson has made over $1 million being a companion to older rich men... Peterson, 37, is a “sugar baby,” a lucrative profession wherein a wealthy man will shower money, homes, gifts and luxurious vacations on a younger woman.
Her young daughters — Juliana, 9, and Ymahni, 12 — love their mom’s glamorous gig.
“Her sugar daddy buys her lots of presents and when she gets money she either takes us on vacation or buys us cute dresses..." Juliana said.
She even aspires to be a sugar baby herself.
“I would want a man that pays for everything when I’m older because then I don’t have to worry about things and that is what a gentleman should do,” she said."
Sometimes it doesn't even involve sex, as stated by the above site: "Dorian, [a sugardaddy], said he had had sex with some of the [sugarbabies], but not all.", & as stated by these sugarbabies who have gained thousands of dollars without even having sex with their sugardaddies.
The above women feel ashamed of being sugarbabies, but I don't see why. Being a sugarbaby seems incredibly EMPOWERING! Knowing that someone would pay thousands of dollars to spend time with you!
People try to degrade relationships like this because "that's prostitution or whatever." Well, even if it was, what's wrong with that? Most relationships throughout history have been along the spectrum of prostitution.
Several years ago one our leading Xper girls was a sugar baby, and talked about it openly. It was fascinating to listen, but let's be honest: 'sugar' added to 'call girl' (or guy) may make it SOUND better, but it's the same old sexual exploitation/slavery.
"Being a sugarbaby seems incredibly EMPOWERING! Knowing that someone would pay thousands of dollars to spend time with you!"
Yeah I'm sure being a whore feels really empowering too, knowing that someone would pay thousands of dollars to sleep with you.
Honestly I have no idea how in the hell in your mind being paid like that is "empowering", it's the fucking opposite it makes you an object, something exchangeable for money. A real relationship is something money can never buy, and honestly I just feel sad for people who are so insecure that this feels empowering to them.
After watching those videos I'm gonna keep it as real as possible; Although I have the money to be a Sugar Daddy... THERE IS NO WAY... I repeat... NO FUCKING WAY I'D BE ONE. I mean... seriously? Get a job? No? Seriously? ARE YOU KIDDING ME RIGHT NOW?
the first one is not even bad cause she is doing it for her school education and where I live you don't have to pay a penny for it. 25k a month is insane. the other ones are either already addicted or were born with the tought that its the right way
No. Although I've had offers. My cash flow wouldn't support it however :p
But even if it did, no not formally I couldn't do it. If I cared about a young woman and could make her life better with my money I wouldn't mind. But when it reaches rhe line of being a trade, forget it. I can't pay someone to like me. It would be like hiring someone to be your friend. They need to like be genuinely.
“I would want a man that pays for everything when I’m older because then I don’t have to worry about things and that is what a gentleman should do” Well shit, now I want to throw up. One of the grossest things I've read for a while.
"men pay mostly young women large sums of money for companionship and intimacy" Yet we focus the the "sugar babies"? There's actually a real story here about tragic souls looking for simple human connection and feel like getting it requires them to throw money at their troubles... and there's these assholes out there that are just as human (if not less) that literally feel like they are worthy of essentially doing nothing for money.
The sheer entitlement of what the 9yo said makes me want to throw up, not even kidding. She's well on her way to being an absolutely disgusting person. Fuck this planet.
Sure it sounds great.. ish however in the long run you know that these relationships aren't based on actual attraction on a females end- you may be lucky and get that perfect arrangement for you however in those interviews notably the men are almost triple their ages- I don't think its worth it. and to even imagine sex with someone I look at older than my grandfather no thank you. So I guess in the end more girls imagine to be in a spoilt girlfriend position but end up shagging some old guy.
I think its better to admit you are an escort/and or prostitute than claim to be a "sugar baby". At the end of the day we all have different morals and different opinions on things but give me a group of prostitutes as my friends any day over spoilt "sugar babies". Prostitutes are down-to-earth and tell life as it is. They're real and honest about what they do. Ok it might not be the right thing to do but its better than being a spoilt little brat.
I have researched a lot about this, read lots of articles, blog posts, films and videos etc --I find it fascinating as to the motivation behind women doing this, and quite frankly, how they justify it for themselves. But after everything I've seen and read, I'd have to say it's not as classy as it seems, and I'd definitely never do it.
No. If I wanted to be with a man simply for his money I would've dated one of the 2 last guys who were intersted me since they're rich. But I'm not a gold digger and I would much less be tempted to be a sugarbaby.
I wouldn't ever want to be a sugar baby. I don't desire to be spoiled by a man. In fact, I'm actually uncomfortable with the idea of a man financially supporting and spoiling me. Plus most sugar daddies are probably old and/or unattractive which doesn't sit well with me.
I am open to the idea, but no man would pay for me to be their sugarbaby so it doesn't matter. Oh well. It's not something I am aiming to do or talk bad about. For the ladies who have achieved it and like it, good for them. I can live without it though.
I am not interested in luxurious life and I would never sleep with someone I am not physically and emotionally attracted to in order to receive money. I have dignity.
If I can I would but w doesn't have this kind of things in my country. Last time I tried to do it the guy was thinking we're in a real relationship and became mad when I talk or even look at another guys. In my country this kind of relationship doesn't exist and it's just called a normal relationship were you must be loyal to each other.
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