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sugar daddy

A popular term for an older man who financially supports a younger person, typically in return for sexual favours.
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Some of the students from Hull on the site are very open in terms of what they are looking from in terms of the "sugar daddies" - and how far they are willing to go to get it.
To be one, sugar daddies have to pay US$49.95 monthly, US$128.85 for a three-month subscription, or US$215.70 for a six-month subscription.
Trent asserted that sugar daddies should make an effort for the lady to keep her interested.
He met women online by using a "sugar daddies" site which aimed to match beautiful women with wealthy men, Teesside Crown Court heard.
"The majority of sugar daddies are successful, independent workaholics who lead very busy, stressful lives and prefer mutually beneficial relationships with sugar babies instead of marriage or long-term relationships.
She flew from a skiing break with a lawyer in Colorado, to a luxury Malaysian island resort with another of her sugar daddies.
On "If I Have My Way," the 24-year-old New Yorker convincingly expresses vulnerability of love, while she sings of moving on and being free on the breezy "Best of Me." Yet the enthralling performer struts sass on "Good Girl" as she sings of sugar daddies and more.
Before the Internet age, desperate kids had to scour Santa Monica Boulevard or Castro Street in search of "sugar daddies," but with MySpace, Friendster, and Craigslist, the quest for "sponsors" is instantaneous, global, and available to anyone who can plunk down a dollar at an Internet cafe.
In contrast to anecdotal evidence that this is a common phenomenon, the researchers found that only 5% of men could be defined as "sugar daddies" and that fewer than 4% of all relationships reported were of the "sugar daddy" type.
A survey of 70,000 students in 328 schools over three years by the UK-based NGO Partnership for Child Development said the "simple" provision of free school uniforms to girls reduced the risks associated with them relying on "sugar daddies", older men who often support girls and their families in exchange for sex.
And having him recruit some sugar daddies to lob a few quid in has been a massive boon.