When Alicia* ended up being halfway through her university level, she found herself overworked and cash-strapped. “I happened to be a full-time pupil, I’d an internship and I also had been working part-time,” the 22-year-old from Texas informs me. “i did son’t have plenty of spare time.” So one evening, so that they can solve this issue, Alicia and her buddies finalized as much as a few apps and internet sites looking to help make fast cash. And after coping with some scammers and a short span of learning from mistakes, Alicia discovered an answer that is legitimate her issue.
Glucose infants – (usually) ladies, whom spending some time with (usually) older guys in return for money or gifts – have a tendency to get a fairly bad rap. “Sorry, but you’re desperate trash”, “Sugar babies are very young women, it’s nasty” and “I feel sorry for ppl that need ‘sugar babies’ or ‘sugar daddies’, it’s creepy af” are just a few of the predominantly negative tweets plastered all over Twitter about them if you take money to ‘hang out’ with old men. They’ve been trashed as sluts, defined as “damaged products” and demonised by anti-sex work advocates, despite the fact that whatever they do is not always sex work. Continue reading