Brandon Wade, the CEO of SeekingArrangement, a dating site that connects “sugar babies, daddies, and mommies” to find “mutually beneficial relationships,” is offering to pay the fees required for those who need clinical abortion.
In the video Wade posted on YouTube, he explained that his girlfriend Zoe and her sister, both from Gadsden, Alabama, wept after hearing that the state had passed an abortion ban last month, which totally bans any stage of gestation, according to Yahoo News.
Once a year, women pay to attend a conference where they are taught practical skills on how to lead a life as a sugar baby.
The second annual Sugar Baby Summit, hosted by the non-traditional online-dating site Seeking Arrangements, took place in Los Angeles this year where it welcomed a diverse group of women and some men into its courses. General admission to the event was priced at $100 while pre-sale prices were discounted at $50.
Young attractive girls in Japan, who want to capitalize on their good looks, are on the lookout for middle-aged men who are willing to become their mentors or daddies called the “Papakatsu.” These “mentors,” of course, must also be able to afford their companionship.
This latest Japanese trend of hooking up with an older guy, in some ways, is very similar to enjo-kosai or “compensated dating,” a popular practice where teen-aged girls get involved with older men who offer money or gifts in exchange for companionship or other favors. Papakatsu, however, is an entirely different concept according to the girls who engage in it, reported RocketNews24.
One clever woman used a dating site to find her future business investor by pitching the same men who bid to take her out and pay for her company.
Samantha DeFazio, 32, received a $2 million paycheck from one of the many suitors who courted her via the dating site WhatsYourPrice.com. DeFazio, a single mother, joined the site in 2014 when she was going through a rough time handling bad credit and looking for ways to improve the standard of living for her eight-year-old son Lorenzo.
When you’re broke after having maxed out your credit cards and are wallowing in sadness over a recent breakup with an ex-boyfriend, signing up for a sugar daddy website doesn’t sound like such a bad idea. Besides, you’re single and you have a whole life ahead of you filled with new experiences as a budding twenty-something.
The idea is far fetched, I know. It’s easy to be judgmental. The first time I ever heard of a sugar daddy website was during college. There were rumors about some girl dating a sugar daddy she found online in exchange for expensive designer bags and college tuition.
Graduates of New York University’s School of Law allegedly received a recent email from a respected legal recruitment firm suggesting that they use sugar daddy matchmaking sites to pay for their legal education, according to Above the Law.
Graduates received an email from executive recruiting firm Parker + Lynch with a subject line that read “Cost of NYU is making it #1 on Matchmaking Site.” The email, sent by Parker + Lynch’s attorney search director, Katherine Loanzon, pitched students the idea of signing up with the popular sugar daddy matchmaking website SeekingArrangements. Loanzon wrote in her email:
How far would you go in exchange for an oversized bank account?
Purportedly, one 24-year-old male Redditor is going as far as marrying another man, 51, only for the money — even though he’s heterosexual.
Using the confession app Whisper, anonymous sugar daddies occasionally reveal what their life is like being a financial provider for young women in exchange for companionship.
Surprisingly enough, some men actually enjoy showering sugar babies with gifts and money just for their affection. Others are regretful of their choices in relationships and find themselves lonelier than ever.
According to Yubei Police Station, Liu, who has only been identified by his surname, was locked in a room in a rented apartment without a cellphone and without sufficient food for five straight days. The police discovered Liu after neighbors called the station, mistaking him for a thief as Liu climbed out of the room through a window and landed on the balcony, where he lay until he was rescued.