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He wanted her at his New York City apartment. After dinner at a fancy restaurant, sex, and some post-sex apartment decorating, Amanda was back in the limo. When she got back to Princeton, she had just enough time to change her clothes, grab her books, and run to class.
On Seeking Arrangement, the most important part of the profile is the at the top of the : net worth. In , Seeking Arrangement announced that approximately 44 percent of its 2. This is a trend that the website encourages—if babies register with a. The large of college women on the site helps preserve this illusion, for both the daddies and the babies. In almost every message Amanda receives on Seeking Arrangement, sugar daddies comment on how intelligent she sounds in her profile.
Amanda has met more than 50 men through the site. All of them are well-educated, the majority are business executives. When she first ed up for Seeking Arrangement, Sarah, another sugar baby who recently graduated from college, was surprised by how many men sent her messages. Sarah has a curvy figure and is originally from Southeast Asia. And yet, Sarah got a lot of attention on Seeking Arrangement. So did Sophie, a year-old graduate student in New York City.
She describes herself as an intellectual with pretentious glasses and curly brown hair. On Seeking Arrangement, intellect is important—maybe even more important than looks. While some men on the site use it exclusively for sex, the majority want sex and something else. They want someone to come along on business trips, go to company events, and meet their friends—someone who understands and appears interested in what they have to say.
Most importantly, they want someone who will help them pretend that the relationship is not a transaction. Only one sugar baby I interviewed said she discussed her fee upfront, on the first date. The women I talked to found that avoiding a conversation about money actually led to more of it.
When she first ed up on the site, Rebecca, a sophomore at NYU, asked potential sugar daddies about money right away—sometimes even before the first date. After a few months of making far less than her friends on the site, she decided to stop asking. She started waiting for the daddy to bring up the money issue and was immediately more successful. Like Rebecca, Amanda never directly asks for money. Instead, she waits until the sugar daddy is comfortable enough to give her a credit card in his name. They prefer giving me a credit card because it feels more informal.
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When we consider what it means to be a high-end prostitute, we generally think about Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman—a desperate young person willing to trade some of her dignity for the chance to avoid working on curbs at two in the morning. A college education seems fundamentally at odds with that image.
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