Let’s not mince words. I’m tired of reading all these “find mutually beneficial relationships online” ads. They’re Sugar Daddy websites, plain and simple. We don’t need ambiguous words clouding what they are. We don’t need to think they’re “mutually beneficial.” They’re places for young, attractive women to use their sexuality to get the favor of wealthy men… and that’s fine!
I hate our PC culture. I hate the need to make an obviously sketchy thing seem less sketchy than it is. Who cares if the morality of something is questionable? That doesn’t stop people from doing it, and it doesn’t give someone else the right to tell them they can’t do it. If a woman wants to use her sexuality to obtain and maintain a millionaire sugar daddy relationship with a guy old enough to be her grandfather, that’s her decision, not society’s. And if a man wants to go the extra marital sugar daddy dating route, that’s his choice, too. Sure, I’m not interested in cheating on my wife… but that’s my relationship and my decision. I don’t have a right to make his decisions just like I’d be pissed if he made decisions about what’s best for me.
So can we dispense with the “find mutually beneficial relationships online” crap? Can’t they go the Adult Friend Finder route where people are joining specifically to get laid? If you’re out there reading this post and you own a sugar baby website or a sugar daddy website, please stop trying to trick people, because that’s where the real problem is. You don’t want people thinking they’re getting into a “mutually beneficial relationship”… you want your users to know they’re getting into a sugar daddy relationship, plain and simple.
DON’t BE A ZERO,BE A HERO: