Why is life so impossibly expensive? No generation before has encountered the soaring college tuition prices, rent, and utter financial strain that millennials face. It can be insanely difficult to enjoy your life and your youth when you’re living from paycheck to paycheck, trying to decide how little shampoo you can get away with using because your bottle is almost out and you don’t get paid for another week and a half. This pervading financial strife has cause a spike in the usage of Sugar Daddy websites in recent years. Thanks to the Sugar lifestyle, attractive young college students and recent graduated can be matched with Sugar Daddies: the wealthier, older men who are willing to help them.
So if you’ve ever wondered what it is like to be a Sugar Baby, you’re in the right place. We interviewed a beautiful, self-assured Sugar Baby to find out all about her sweet experiences.
There are tons of perks. I like that there is no drama and my Sugar Daddy and I both know what we can expect from one another. The money is obviously a huge perk. The travel. And I am super grateful to be in such a mature relationship. My Sugar Daddies make all the guys I dated before seem like such goofball kids. I savor the maturity.
Sometimes I get annoyed or I feel grumpy and don’t want to talk to him. I’m sure he does too, but he handles it like an adult and I do the same. It’s just so much more mature. I think since most Sugar Daddies are businessmen, they’ve learned from so much time in the workplace that you have to handle annoyances politely rather than pitching a fit. And it’s easier for me to stay calm when the man I’m with is calm.
The age gap comfortability levels really change from person to person. I myself don’t date anyone more than about fifteen years older than me. Too many wrinkles are just such a big turn off for me that I can’t. I am in my twenties and the guys I date are usually in their late thirties or early forties. But, you know, if a 20-year-old wants to date an 85-year-old and she feels comfortable and it makes her happy, good for her. Everyone is different.
Oh, yeah. I had a Sugar Daddy help me pay off my student debt and it was the best. I say you should just be straightforward and ask that sort of thing and it will probably work out in your favor. In my experience, Sugar Daddies would much rather give you money for tuition or invest in your business than buy you material things. They appreciate the worth in that. And if you’re lucky he might even give you cash for schooling in addition to the clothes and trips, not instead of them.
Sugar Daddies are great for networking, for one thing. They’re also good professional connections themselves. This can actually still be a thing after your sexual relationship comes to an end if it does so amicably.
Yes. My first date with my current Sugar Daddy was such a fairytale. We’d been video-chatting and texting for a while, and he’s from New York like me, but he’d been spending the summer in Italy on this crazy extended vacation. For our first date he actually flew me out to this incredible villa in Tuscany. We had the best pasta I’ve ever tasted on the terrace as the sun was setting. It was like something from a movie. He had asked me my birthday a while back, and I thought nothing of it, but after dessert he presented me with this beautiful bracelet with my birthstone. It was so thoughtful. I had been so nervous on the plane and second guessing my choice to fly all the way to freaking Italy for this guy I hadn’t met in person yet, but I’m so glad I did, because obviously he was a keeper. It was magical. Still feels like I dreamed it when I look back. He laughs about how hard he was trying to impress me and it certainly worked.
That was a good one, and so was getting rid of the college debt. They’re tied.
Nah. I like this better. Traditional dating was too boring for me.
Oh, wow, um, funny you should ask. The guy I’m with right now actually said “I love you” to me not too long ago and I’ve been trying to sort out how I feel about it. We’ve been in this arrangement for almost a year now, and it’s the longest time I’ve ever been with one Sugar Daddy. Other ones haven’t lasted long enough for that to be a concern, but now… we’ll see.
The people who understand it but not everyone understands it. The biggest issue for me is when people say it’s like prostitution and I try to explain to them that it’s different in some very crucial ways. There’s way more to my relationships with Sugar Daddies than just sex and it isn’t transactional in the way that prostitution is. I have emotions with and about my Sugar Daddies. Once people understand that, if they can, things are usually fine.