Sugar Daddies were a thing of the '80s, but according to Fox News, they may be making a comeback! If you're unfamiliar with the term, a Sugar Daddy is an older, usually married guy, who has a younger mistress on the side. He's wealthy and he generally buys her extravagant gifts, takes her on luxurious trips, and gives her money to shop with. In return, she offers him sex with no strings attached. I know what you're thinking: it sounds like prostitution, but according to Fox News’ sexpert, Yvonne Fulbright, "pop culture has started to make this mainstream . . . and glamorize women who are in these situations."
Now that the economy has taken a nosedive, there is a resurgence of the Sugar Daddy, as some women are seeing this as a good option to get things they need or want. But it isn't just women taking from wealthy men. There are also Sugar Mommies — rich women getting sex by offering handsome young men material things. There are even online dating services, like sugardaddie.com, that help young individuals find a mature person to pamper them. I'm in no way supporting this kind of relationship and am really surprised that this is still going on. I know this is a little over the top, but tell me, do you know anyone in a relationship like this?
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