“I want to feel that someone’s on my level and that I can learn from them, and that they’re at least as successful as me.It’s just, like, you have to have a similar lifestyle expectation to get along.
Hosted by Seeking Arrangement.com, an online dating site for sugar relationships, this is an event for sugar babies to network and swap tips.
Brook, who’s been a sugar baby for four years, is a spokeswoman for the brand and says it’s not all about the money.
“And I totally, 100% respect that, more power to you.
But there’s the other girls who don’t want to go Dutch, who do want a guy to take care of them, who expect a guy to pay – and I’ve always expected a guy to pay.” Although the bar is largely full of young women, keen to learn how to turn their encounters into something financially rewarding, my expectations are being challenged.
At a time when women are free to pursue their own careers and make their own money, why do sugar babies choose to stay dependent upon men?
Just as the rise of third-wave feminism tries to crush the idea that a woman’s worth comes only from her ability to attract men, why do sugar babies appear to be running backwards towards old, sexist tropes?But it ended when things started getting too serious.“He wanted me to move to Miami and switch schools, and I didn’t want that because I wasn’t ready – I couldn’t even drink,” she tells me. ’” Not only did she sign up to the site, but she applied for a job there and now travels the world representing the brand.Just be aware that joining the site will pit you against other sugar daddies with an average salary of around £220,000.But despite Seeking Arrangement’s many members, mainstream morality still tends to look down on sugar babies.It wasn’t actually until a friend told her to join Seeking Arrangement that Brook realised she had been a sugar baby. Brook sees the main difference between a sugar relationship and a “normal” relationship as “the spoiling. A lot of women are not okay with even having dinner paid for them.