As a SD, I have read way too many blogs here about “Pay per Play” arrangements between sugar daddies and sugar babies. When it comes to me and my other SD friends, who are also wealthy men and have worked really hard for their money, it is not that type of relationship that they are seeking. Although wanting discretion, because some of us are married, we don’t want to date prostitutes, period.
I have been on a few other sugar daddy dating sites and have not found one that embodies exactly what I’m looking for. I have met a few different girls here and there from some of the sugar daddy sites, and overall, what I have found is that no one really knows what they are looking for, honestly. I know what I want, and these sugar babies lack knowing what it is they want out of this.
Now, I don’t mind meeting a sugar baby who’s new to the game, but I just want to know if they are, in-fact, a newbie. I’m not a free ride, I have wants and needs just like anyone else, and I really don’t want to be taken advantage of. I don’t want to be asked for money when I meet a potential sugar baby for the first time, I really just want to get to know her, see if we are even compatible to begin with. Then we can talk arrangement. This notion of when to ask for money from your sugar daddy should be answered by the fact of having real wants and needs, and being comfortable enough with yourself and your sugar daddy to ask them of him nicely.
I take care of my sugar babies because I don’t want to see them struggling, the mutually beneficial part of our relationship is that while I can help them out of some financial trouble, they can be company to me when I need to go out of town for business and want to show someone a place they haven’t been before. I really like being able to give that gift of showing someone the world, so to speak. I’m a knight in shining armor, I’m romantic, affectionate, and like a boyfriend or husband. Except I’m the guy you want to spend your time with, not the guy you have to spend your time with. That’s how these types of relationships should work, right?