How to Be a Successful Sugar Baby
In this week's cover story, Sugar U., New Times writes about the growing number of Arizona college students dating sugar daddies (older wealthy men) to cover the exorbitant cost of tuition.
In some ways, these mutually beneficial relationships are like traditional romantic relationships, but in other ways, they're quite different.
Victoria, a University of Arizona student with three sugar daddies, lays out what it takes to be a good sugar baby and have a successful sugar-dating experience:
8) Don't ask, don't tell.
Don't talk about relationships outside your arrangement because you will get hurt. Talking about these things creates an unnecessary level of emotional attachment that men don't understand.
7) Never share your problems.
Men want a happy, beautiful, smiling girl who is glowing and has goals, not someone who cries and whines. They have enough drama with their ex-wives, non-sugar girlfriends, kids, and jobs.
6) Don't have unrealistic expectations.
To make the lifestyle work, you need to be comfortable with less money or less whatever than you're hoping to get out of it. Otherwise you'll be disappointed.
5) Always let the guy suggest an amount of money at the beginning of an arrangement.
Asking makes you shady.
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