Universities where students sign up to 'sugar daddy' dating site to pay fees
Universities where students sign up to 'sugar daddy' dating site to pay fees - Telegraph
She planned on spending the day with a man she had met online, but not in person. Taylor, a year-old student at Hunter College, had confided in her roommate about the trip and they agreed to swap text messages during the day to make sure she was safe. Once in Greenwich, a man who appeared significantly older than his advertised age of 42 greeted Taylor at the train station and then drove her to the largest house she had ever seen. He changed into his swimming trunks, she put on a skimpy bathing suit, and then, by the side of his pool, she rubbed sunscreen into the folds of his sagging back -- bracing herself to endure an afternoon of sex with someone she suspected was actually about 30 years her senior. Taylor doubted that her client could relate to someone who had grown up black and poor in the South Bronx. A love match it wasn't. But then again, this was no ordinary date.
BU students turn to dating for extra cash March 1, 1: Her hunter green Columbia backpack is well-worn and her nails look chipped and broken. This makes BU No. Other Boston area universities, including the University of Massachusetts and Northeastern University, also made the list, at No. Three BU sugar babies who were interviewed said that although spending a few hours with an older companion for a few hundred dollars seems easy enough, the sugar babies know they could — and sometimes do — find themselves in dangerous situations.
Now, almost three years and several sugar daddies later, Kashani is set to graduate from Villanova University free and clear, while some of her peers are burdened with six-digit debts. As the cost of tuition and rent rises, so does the apparent popularity of such sites among students. But are they really providing financial relief, or signing women up for something more exploitative and dangerous than debt? Brook Urich from SeekingArrangement.