Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Big Surprise! Gay College Students are using Sugar Daddies to pay Debt

Lord, this was something I knew was true, but I didn't want to know. Gay boys are using Sugar Daddies to pay their debt.
Of Sugar Daddy For Me’s 3 million members, Sharma says that about 2 million are sugar babies. Men seeking a gay sugar daddy account for about 80,000 of the site’s members and of these, about a quarter list some combination of “school,” “college,” “university,” “money for school,” “student debt,” “college debt,” “tuition,” and “college expenses” in their profile.

Another site, SeekingArrangement.com, which boasts over 800,000 members, has seen a sharp increase in users that it defines as “college sugar babies.” The site's 41-year-old founder, Brandon Wade, estimates that about 35 percent of its members are college students and 90,000 are gay male sugar babies. In 2007, the site said it had 5,239 gay male sugar babies who were also enrolled in college. Today, that figure stands at 35,682.
Kirk tries to abide by a few basic ground rules when getting sex for money: he refuses to perform oral sex, always wears protection, and will only have sex as a top, never a bottom. Whenever possible, he tries to avoid having sex with supposedly straight, married men looking for a “discreet” hook-up.

“I don’t want to feel objectified because of an exchange of money for sex. I want to feel equal and empowered, but I’m also really explicit that I’m just there for the money,” says Kirk, who estimates that he’s received money for having sex with more than 100 men in the last few years.
Please check out the rest of the article... Eric Arvin could probably write a hot story about this.



Anonymous said...

Great. No one is getting hurt or killed. I am fine with this.

Miss Ginger Grant said...

I don't have time to read the article..... I'm too busy filling out an application for a second bachelors degree!!

Unknown said...

Missy Elliot said it best, "Ain't no shame ladies, do your thing. Just make sure you're ahead of the game."

Eric Arvin said...

Haha! Thanks ;-)

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