Getting an education doesn’t come cheap these days, and with tuition fees constantly rising, more and more students are turning to a sugar daddy to help cover the costs. In fact, one popular sugar daddy dating site saw a 53% increase in the number of college students signing up in 2013 alone.
Although sugar daddy dating is quickly gaining momentum, a lot of people still question whether it’s really the right path for a young woman in school. To help set the record straight, one young woman from the University of Westminster has opened up about her decision to become a sugar baby and what her relationship is really like with not one, but two sugar daddies.
Although one of her sugar daddies has a wife and two kids at home, he still manages to treat her to exotic holidays and overnight stays at luxurious five-star hotels. “We’ve gone to St. Tropez, Cabo, Singapore, and New York together,” said the sugar baby, who calls herself Nicole. “He has a house in New York separate from the one he has with his wife.”
Nicole says she and her sugar daddy just enjoy each other’s company and try to keep things lighthearted. “He hates nagging since he gets lots of that when he’s home. We like to have fun and try adventurous things when we’re together.” She didn’t specify whether or not she has been or plans to be sexual with either of her sugar daddies.
So, how does being a sugar baby impact your student role? It doesn’t, according to Nicole, who actually discovered the world of sugar daddy dating through one of her classmates. “My sugar daddy wants me to do well, so if I have to study or anything, then he gives me space,” said Nicole.
Believe it or not, the professional sugar baby says her mom and friends know all about the arrangements—her friends have even met one of her financiers. Nicole also admitted that she plans on continuing her relationship with at least one of the sugar daddies after she graduates. “I would have a hard time going back to my old life.”
What do you think: Would you date a sugar daddy to help pay the bills?
Moss, R., “Meet The Student ‘Sugar Baby’: She Gets Paid ₤3,000 A Month To Date Wealthy Married Men,” Huffington Post U.K. web site, January 29, 2014; http://goo.gl/vxv2Bx.