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I didn’t ever think it was going to lead to marriage and I don’t think he did and there’s really no shame in not wanting to have a matrimonious or a traditional relationship with someone.In the community there are a lot of acronyms and terms, could you explain some of those?And there’s a forum too so they can talk between themselves and ask specific questions.There’s an expanding community and with that there’s a growing need for guidance.We’re told that men should be the provider and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with going after a guy who can provide, who is going to treat you really well and most of the time, who can mentor you.Many of the sugar daddies (or mommies) are CEOs or business people with connections, who can help you network, because they’re normally at least ten, fifteen years older.Relationships on this site do not bear any difference to relationships formed off the website in terms of them going wrong.We offer the site as a place for women and men to come together and ask questions, share stories, and get advice. But I was also a Sugar Baby and didn’t really know it.
The site – whose founder, Brandon Wade, once awkwardly argued that "love is a concept made up by poor people" – claims that 1.4 million profiles belong to students at UK universities.
“Sugar Daddies and Mommies are cash rich, but time poor,” Seeking Arrangement spokesperson Angela Bermudo told Dazed.
“They don’t have time for traditional dating, let alone conventional relationships themselves.
In return for being the main breadwinner in the relationship, they are able to get a relationship which is customised to their present lifestyle.” With such great numbers entering into this lifestyle, it’s clear there’s a market to talk to.
In more traditional relationships, boundaries and expectations are more clear cut.