I notice that a lot of people tend to tell these gold diggers to "get a job", but sometimes regardless of how hard you work, you just can't afford the things you want. Very few jobs are able to provide a stable income that would enable someone to live a comfortable lifestyle. So they have to get it somehow. Especially if they lack the skills or support necessary in order to succeed.
In the end, it's a mutually beneficial relationship. You're getting this one specific girl you want and she's getting the money. So both parties are getting rewarded and no one is getting hurt.
If you don't want to get seriously involved with a gold digger, there's nothing wrong with that, but I think it's a double standard that guys are applauded for using girls for sex, while girls are humiliated when they use men for money.
Most Helpful Guy
If a guy wanted sex and had the intention to spend money on it... quite frankly a prostitute is cheaper than a girlfriend that wants you to buy them stuff. No one likes a manipulator.
Also never assume a guy just wants sex... many do but not all. The ones who don't genuinely want a relationship with a girl who likes them not a girl who doesn't care about them. There's no security in that relationship. If the guy runs out of money... she leaves. I don't want that. I dunno does that make sense.2
Most Helpful Girl
a lot of people hate gold diggers, because ideally you want to be in a relationship for love and if there's wealth then thats just the icing on top of the cake. Obviously sugar daddy's and baby relationships are different because there's no actual relationship just transaction/sex based, people get uncomfortable calling themselves prostitutes lol. I guess, BUT there is a huge difference if you're dating someone and they just love spoiling you, and you do not feel like you have to do anything in return because of that and vice versa, because you GENUINELY want to. Ofcourse there's lots of people that want to be taken care of. If it works for others then so be it but understand exactly what type of "relationship" you're in and dont try to sugar coat it, just be real.1