We all know it’s a tough time for money. Sure, the economy is recovering, but that recovery is slow. In the mean time, people are still losing their houses, losing their cars, and not getting jobs. I bring this up after reading an article this morning about a young girl who killed herself after getting her 200th job application rejected. How crazy is that? Are times really that bad?
You know who isn’t struggling in these troubling economic times? The millionaire sugar daddies on SugarSugar.com aren’t struggling. And yes, part of me does feel dirty for pointing to an article about a girl killing herself and relating it to sugar daddy dating. But let’s be realistic. Online sugar daddy dating is a much better alternative to killing yourself, right? That’s what people don’t understand about sugar daddy dating. They think rich benefactors are hiring prostitutes. They aren’t. It’s a mutually beneficial relationship. It’s like a business arrangement, and both the wealthy older men adn the young, beautiful sugar babies benefit. And in hard economic times, isn’t it a good thing for the “haves” to give money to the “have-nots”? Isn’t it good that wealthy older men are willing to share their wealth with young women in need?