Cambridge is top university for sugar daddy dating
If less students depended on loans and more graduates paid off their loans, then the overall budget for higher education would decrease dramatically.” Since it's launch in 2006, Seeking has attracted 2.7m members.
Students account for over 42% of the Sugar Baby members, making them the site's largest demographic.
What brought me to this site, one of the most notorious meeting places for wannabe sugar babies and parents seeking a “mutually beneficial relationship,” was more of a curiosity than a serious financial need.Still, with my vaguely presentable appearance, slightly above-incomprehensible conversation skills and charming alias “Normal Girl,” you could say I made for the perfect sugar baby.After reading that Cambridge University — where I was studying at the time — had the highest number of female “sugar” participants out of all UK schools, I needed to get in on this.Yes, I felt morally questionable in stipulating my “financial expectations” (substantial to high) as well as for planning get-togethers with faceless internet randoms.
My main concern in entering this mystical “sugarbowl” was the fear of being kidnapped and held for ransom by a pseudomillionaire based in Geneva with a vendetta against female 20-somethings.Seeking claims to arrange "mutually beneficial relationships" between wealthy (usually male) individuals and students. "These people aren't wealthy, they aren't beautiful, they aren't the cream of the crop - so what do they have? On average, a university Sugar Baby will receive a monthly allowance of £5000 from her Sugar Daddy. It was both of our first times, and he spent the majority of the meal shaking and stammering with discomfort.