Obviously, we are all here for many different reasons, but what life circumstances personally lead you to joining Seeking Arrangement or wanting to be part of the sugar dating world?
Love to hear all your responses.
For me, I personally have always liked older men and was never one to care for drama or being tied down/committed. Maturity and experience attract me. In a sugar relationship, you get the benefits of a traditional relationship, without the dramas of one. I also love the opportunities that come with having a SD- be it travelling or furthering your career, or even both, all while also getting attention and affection (in more ways than one)
thanks bunch for the amazing response. I asked this question because I’m currently working on a piece/article that will be featured on the site, and it’s part of a project that
I call “The Sugar Project 101”. I really like your reponse and perhaps even use it(with your consent, of course), and would like to ask you more questions if that’s okay.
The basic idea for this project involves coming up with a list of questions which myself or other people might have about the world of sugar dating, and getting people to response to those questions based on their own real experiences – and this is done anonymously. This will give us all the opportunity to understand how others think and reason, as well as to relate to one another.
After all that has been done, i will select the best responses, and have them featured in the site. The only thing i would like to know are: a name you prefer to go by(it can be a username or a fake name) , and where in the globe you’re located(a state is fine, or a province if you’re Canadian).
Do you have an email where i can communicate with you? Please let me know. Thanks
Hey Brownsugarbaby. That sounds like a great project and I’d be happy to help in any way Contact me at [email protected] and I look forward to hearing from you
BrownSugar Baby do you want responses on here or do you want an email with answers?
To fund my way through university. I figured i could earn more money doing less “work” if I spent a few hours with a SD a week than working 15-20 hours at a shop.
Honestly, because I want to focus on school 100% instead of having to worry about working or how I am going to pay the bills.
It gives me a flexible schedule so before I even meet with my SD I always make sure I have finished my HW and such.
Also, I love older men and I feel they have a greater sense of appreciation for me as well.
It’s a win-win situation for me and Daddy.
@LoElle I feel like school is a huge reason for a lot of us. I found out about the Sugar life while in college. I have different reasons for joining, but the main reason was because I was tired of having no life from working full time as well as in school.
It started with a clip on youtube about a sugar baby… “What the heck is this ‘Sugar Lifestyle’?” I asked myeslf… That question lead me to google which took me to SA which lead me here to LTS.
I’ve read a LOT of the blogs in the past few days like almost all of them. Reading all those blogs turned on a light bulb.
Goals I have in life that were not going to be attainable without some help seem possible, the opportunity to meet some great SDs, make some amazing connections, possible travel, re-ignite a spark in my life that had been fizzling out.
I’m incredibly excited to see what this may have in store for me.
My circumstances are different.
Due to recent disability and a lease I can’t break, I was trying to find some sort of work I could do in order to raise desperately needed funds. I need a stairlift in order to get to my apartment, and a ramp to get into my house.
I’d received a response to an ad on Craigslist from a SD, after talking on Google hangout for about an hour, he blocked me, and my chance to get these funds disappeared.
I googled SD, and read up on what it was about, and signed up on SA last night.
I have no expectations whatsoever, I’m tired of rejection, I refuse to get my hopes up though. If a relationship happens, it happens.
Don’t know if you’ve done your article or not, but I’m still willing to share. Honestly I started because I hit a rough spot about six months ago and need a little help to get back on my feet. But now I’m back on my feet – while I still could use a little boost – I stay because it seems perfect for my lifestyle. I’m tired of dating in general. I hate getting ready for a date then getting stood up. I hate making plans with guys my age because most flake.
I also have this quirk that guys my age just can’t simply understand; I don’t need them, I choose to have them. I am incredibly independent and I have views that clash with the way I was raised and how guys my age were raised to think of women.
However, as independent as I am, I prefer to have company. I like to have dinner and go out with a partner. I enjoy conversation and a warm body in the bed next to me.
So I’m wanting to do some dating but I’m nowhere near close to being ready to settle down. I’m still young and I’ve got more tattoos, more miles, and more adventures to have, but sometimes I just wish I had someone to share that with.
I thought I’d give you a somewhat different perspective on what might attract women to the sugar bowl. I’m 46, divorced, no kids, and no debt. I am financially stable, so any gifts I receive can be saved for a rainy day or applied towards preventative aging measures: botox, fillers, personal training, ect…Much needed perks at this age.
Since I don’t need the money, why am I here? Because this is the first time I’ve ever been encouraged to ask for everything I want from a man and been able to get him to be honest about what he wants from me. There’s no fear of having your heart broken or feelings hurt because you establish the expectations and boundaries of the relationship ahead of time.
Family problems. I actually started sugaring when I was 16 (Don’t worry it’s been 3 years now) and I had no money and wanted to move away. I accidentally stumbled upon SA and 3 months later, I was living in one of the nicest apartment buildings in chicago!
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