I’m not worried this will happen to me, but I find that behavior really troubling.He justifies it by saying their husbands weren’t treating them well enough.A student who's hoping to pay for her engineering degree with gifts of cash from wealthy sugar daddies says her boyfriend doesn't mind her befriending older men.Winnie Mei, 18, is a self-styled 'sugar baby' - a woman who offers friendship to men decades older in return for money and expensive gifts.He keeps IMing me to ask when we can get together and discuss the “disconnect” he’s been feeling. I feel drained (I just lost a loved one this month) and don’t want to deal with him.What’s my obligation to him, and how can I best extricate myself from this situation?She says: 'Some of them have had sugar babies for years and spend thousands on them.
At first, he was so against it – but now he jokes that I'm an expensive girl, so at least I'm getting myself some money.'Now, Mason says he has even considered meeting her dates: 'I didn't like the idea of my girlfriend going out with other guys, but that stemmed from jealousy.''Now Winnie has told me about the dates, I can see that these men are good people and treat her well.
When I joined Gay Dating I was pleasantly surprised by the number of great guys that messaged me.
Mark and I bonded over our love of cinema and I couldn’t be happier that I’ve found him.
Dear Prudence, I’ve been good friends with a co-worker for many years.
I’m a married woman, he’s a single guy, and over the years it feels like our lives have become so intertwined that I never get a break.