This market is created by the website seekingarrangement.com, a place where sugar daddies—affluent geezers who bank-roll their young supplicant lovers— can find their children. But not their real children—their sugar children! And where’s a better place to find a supply of cash-strapped young women covered in C6H12O6 than the ivory tower!
More and more, Sugar Babies are being born at some of the country’s best and most expensive universities. A couple weeks ago, Seekingarrangement.com released a statement regarding the rapid rise in registration among students at American universities, out of which, Huffpost made a slideshow. Huffpost also reported that according to the Seekingarrangement.com release, the number of college students who are “seeking arrangements” has increased by 58 percent, and that the average co-ed Sugar Baby receives approximately $3000 a month in allowance. I know you could pretty easily click and check for yourself, but then again, you could have also clicked on the Seekingarrangment.com list for yourself.
With 100 sugar babies, Columbia University ranked 18th, but was the only Ivy League school to make the Seekingarrangement.com list. However, its neighbor university, NYU, ranked second with an absurd 285 sugar babies!
Sure, Yale didn’t make the list. But considering the inordinately high price of tuition here, there has to be some. Maybe just one! We know you’re out there, and if you’re reading this, the Bullblog wants to talk to you. Please! We will grant you anonymity.
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