The whole sugar daddy thing seems to be blowing up in the mainsteam press, I’ve been digging around and found a few good articles I believe any aspiring Sugar Daddy or Baby might want to check out:
“Not only does she have a profile on that Sugar Daddy/Sugar Baby site we’ve mentioned before — she works for the blog. “My job for SugarSugar pays me $30,000, and all I have to do is send out five tweets a day!” Kacey gushes. Ain’t life grand?”
Who it’s for: Financially-established men (aged 30 to mid-50s) and women (aged 21 to 30) looking for the “security” a man’s finances can provide
Members are found worldwide, with concentrations in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. Paul Madison, CEO of SugarSugar, says he sees a lot of “upwardly mobile professional men who have a few bucks to spend,” and women who are “entrepreneurial.”
Why it’s cool: “With our site…we get the money question out of the way a lot quicker,” says Madison. “When you go on a date with someone there is always the question of ‘Does this guy have any security, any cash?’ But being on our site just puts that out there.”
Male members who are serious about letting ladies know the size of their bank account can send in their income tax records or a letter from their accountant and have their income verified by SugarSugar. Men can also call for a concierge service and have ladies screened to their specifications without having to look through the profiles on the site.
Number of members: Around 100,000—and the odds are better for single men: The ratio to male to female is 8 to 1
Cost: It’s free to create a profile, but to communicate with your matches costs $60 for three months.
In “honor” of Mistress Day, the day men set aside for the “other woman,” leading sugar dating website www.SugarSugar.com has compiled a list of the Top 10 Mistresses of the Millennium (so far!). From professional athletes to famous actors and everyone in between, there has been no shortage of cheating spouses in recent years, and below you will find the ladies who attracted their wandering eyes.
Sugarsugar.com, a dating site, has created Sugar Daddy Concierge. This service lets two-timing guys enter how much they’re willing to shell out on their other woman. Sugar Daddy’s shoppers take care of the rest.
With a tag line that says “Merging generous sugar daddies with beautiful sugar babies,” it sounds like a man can show up for a date unshaven, unshowered, and undesirable, provided there’s a pair of Louboutins in his hands, but it’s not that easy. On SugarSugar’s blog, one writer urges sugar daddies not to let themselves go.