Let’s start by questioning what would make a man believe that by sitting on a first date with a sugar baby and impressing her with a display of financial prowess would give him the right of ownership to “property” over a girl?
And at what point in a woman’s life she starts believing she could be paid by simply sitting pretty on a dinner table on a first date with an unknown individual?
But one should not forget examples of individuals who through no fault of their own find themselves in situations which are less them financially desirable and upon meeting someone who could potentially safeguard them find genuine feelings in the long term as opposed to at the outset.
Single mothers who in doing so have guaranteed in the long term a loving family for their offspring.
The reality is, there are bad apples in every basket and this should not be a reason for the whole basket to be wasted.
Some might argue that there should be no money gains in a relationship between two people if that is at all to rank anywhere close to the word genuine.
In such way the “sugardaddy” in such relationship would position himself in society as a functional member who displayed dignity.
We clearly cannot condone such ancient habits or set a standard of living to our modern lives by looking at those times, as we have made gigantic steps in the areas of human rights, in specific women’s rights, politics and so many others, making it possible for modern individuals to have ever so empowering freedom of choice.
So one should not dispute there is if not a clear distinction between the two concepts, at least an attempt from both parties to clearly set themselves apart from the former.
The number of negative headlines on the subject are a result of those who are not a hundred per cent in line with what it should really mean for two people to be in a sugar relationship.