You’ll probably remember I wrote a post about sugar baby dating on the Tyra Show. And before that, Dr. Phil did a sugar baby dating show as well. What do all of these sugar daddy dating specials about online sugar daddy dating tell us? They tell us that Trash TV loves sugar babies.
I can’t blame them. I love sugar babies, too, but for different reasons. Still, the Trash TV infatuation with sugar babies and sugar daddy dating sites like SugarSugar.com presents a rare instance where most of us who are actually sugar daddies or sugar babies are proud of the recognition. We’re proud of the opportunity to tell our side of the story. People who have never tried to maintain a mutually beneficial relationship judge sugar babies and sugar daddies, but shows like Tyra and Dr. Phil give us the opportunity to explain just how much sense mutually beneficial relationships actually make. It gives us a public forum in which we can voice the logic. And when we have that opportunity, sugar daddy relationships start to make sense. People who hear me explain why I date sugar babies often have SugarSugar.com memberships within days. When that scale gets magnified to a national television audience… it just means more sugar babies for me to choose from.
So with that logic, you might start noticing SugarSugar.com ads appearing in those same Trash TV shows that try to exploit sugar babies. Specifically, SugarSugar.com is running sugar daddy dating ads on the Jerry Springer show. It only makes sense, right? Trash TV tries to exploit sugar babies and sugar daddies, we explain ourselves on those shows and it makes sense to people, and then we use those same programs to show people how they can find a mutually beneficial relationship.
If you’ve found SugarSugar.com thanks to the Jerry Springer ads, let me be the first to welcome you to the most rewarding kind of online dating you’ll find. Sign up for a SugarSugar.com membership, find a sugar baby or find a millionaire sugar daddy online, and see why mutually beneficial relationships just make more sense.