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MollyG

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Re: #TagTheSponsor Warning
« Reply #30 on: 05 July 2015, 01:35:23 pm »
I think the social media is a blessing for promoting yourself. You want the world to know you are looking for sponsors that is ok. The girls are really stunning it wouldn't surprise me if they can get more sponsors this way. If you don't want the whole world to know be careful how you flash the cash. People are clued up and can join the dots looking at your travel and spending lifestyle

Nia Hope

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« Reply #31 on: 05 July 2015, 01:53:09 pm »
Yes they are stunning, I must do more core work at the gym! VictoryRose may know more about this but some real radical feminists believe that all relationships with men are a form of prostitution, even marriage, they say that the act of a man penetrating a women is rape, even consensual. My partner has money and I defiantly benefit from this and I make sure he is satisfied!
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« Reply #32 on: 05 July 2015, 02:36:30 pm »
Can't stand how we all judge each other at the end of the day we all sell sex weather on adult work, punter net, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or the like. A website set up purely to slut shame women because of this is just more online misogyny which we should all deplore IMO. Some of the responses here take on a very superior attitude. Maybe a bit of jealousy about the dosh etc they can make just saying.

Well, it is what they are asking, rather than what they are actually getting - the MO of the site seems to be to offer loads of imaginary money and see who bites (or have their nipples be bitten off...)

But yes. I suspect few people could have their communications published without blushing at least some of it, and setting out to entrap people you can't sleep with is distinctly dubious.
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« Reply #33 on: 05 July 2015, 06:22:42 pm »
I must be very old fashioned because I had no idea that there were websites for sugarbabies or even a "sugarbaby community" (lol).

I learn something new every day :)

I would NEVER put my sex worker persona on social media even LESS flaunt my "luxuries"  or my high life (if I had one which I don't lol). That's just asking for trouble. "Normal" people work eight hours a day on civvie wages and a fake blond taking a selfie on top of a yatch with a Buitton bag because you fucked some guy  won't make you very popular (which is totally understandable). But we live in a very exhibitionistic culture nowadays. "I post therefore I am" like someone wrote on facebook the other day. All these" web  exhibitionism" will eventually bite people's asses.
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« Reply #34 on: 05 July 2015, 06:27:52 pm »
I must be very old fashioned because I had no idea that there were websites for sugarbabies or even a "sugarbaby community" (lol).

I learn something new every day :)

I would NEVER put my sex worker persona on social media even LESS flaunt my "luxuries"  or my high life (if I had one which I don't lol). That's just asking for trouble. "Normal" people work eight hours a day on civvie wages and a fake blond taking a selfie on top of a yatch with a Buitton bag because you fucked some guy  won't make you very popular (which is totally understandable). But we live in a very exhibitionistic culture nowadays. "I post therefore I am" like someone wrote on facebook the other day. All these" web  exhibitionism" will eventually bite people's asses.


Good response ana  :)

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MollyG

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« Reply #35 on: 05 July 2015, 06:46:37 pm »
Nia, my partner makes less money than me. I get more emotional support from him than money, he gets a lot of emoitional support from me. It is like a lot of codependent relationships. There is elements of truth in bringing something to the table in  any kind of relationship. I imagine sugar babies and seeking arrangements is more widespread. And some sugar babies are less exhibitionist with their choices of lifestyle than others

Nia Hope

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Re: #TagTheSponsor Warning
« Reply #36 on: 05 July 2015, 06:57:36 pm »
Nia, my partner makes less money than me. I get more emotional support from him than money, he gets a lot of emoitional support from me. It is like a lot of codependent relationships. There is elements of truth in bringing something to the table in  any kind of relationship. I imagine sugar babies and seeking arrangements is more widespread. And some sugar babies are less exhibitionist with their choices of lifestyle than others
I didn't meet my partner through a sugar daddy type deal, I didn't even know at first he was wealthy, we are in love and happy. I'm sure there are many discreet sugar baby relationships and I don't particularly have a problem with the girls that are not so discreet about it, God knows at 18 I was brazen! Just that there was no internet then. If there had of been I am certainI would have been plastered all over it wrecked in Ibiza most of the time! X
And I've found that ex partners and 1 ex husband were very resentful that I earned more money then they did, it caused problems I wasn't prepared to put up with, x
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« Reply #37 on: 06 July 2015, 02:12:30 am »
I'm so naive never thought that men would become resentful when their partner earns more than them. what do I know? All my wroking life and in relationships Im the breadwinner, come to think of it can make the man feel less of a man.

Anyway, #TagTheSponsor raises interesting questions about women roles in society

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« Reply #38 on: 06 July 2015, 11:13:56 pm »
I found a video one girl uploaded, she was singing girl you're worth it while an old guy was draped over her with his tongue in her ear, she looked like she was gonna throw up but kept singing! Why post that online ffs  :FF

I cringed when i saw this on instagram last week and tonight some one posted it to facebook....so you can imagine the comments that followed underneath it.
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« Reply #39 on: 07 July 2015, 12:07:34 pm »
The guys behind these sites seem so bitter that they could never afford these ladies and envious of thier lifestyle!
Good on these ladies they are gorgeous and making great money. I would do it if I could  8)
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« Reply #40 on: 07 July 2015, 12:45:25 pm »
I found a video one girl uploaded, she was singing girl you're worth it while an old guy was draped over her with his tongue in her ear, she looked like she was gonna throw up but kept singing! Why post that online ffs  :FF

I cringed when i saw this on instagram last week and tonight some one posted it to facebook....so you can imagine the comments that followed underneath it.

That video made me sick  :(

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« Reply #41 on: 18 July 2015, 11:03:09 pm »
^Sex work excluding radical feminist, which this doesn't have much to do with as I don't see them proclaiming radfem views, unless I'm missing something...

I understand the frustration at sugar babies that "look down" on us, but guess what? The way to make them realise what they do is sex work too.... Isn't to shame all sex workers, which from what I can see this site is doing. It doesn't exactly seem to respect the fact that what they're doing is sex work, does it? This isn't good for us either, but if you will accept one brand of misogyny simply because it is directed at women you don't like, then fine. Nothing new there then. ::)

Agree! it's geared to shame girls that sell sex under whichever umbrella sb,sex workers,strippers etc

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Re: #TagTheSponsor Warning
« Reply #42 on: 21 July 2015, 05:08:58 pm »
I dont like any of the sites that shame women, as has already been said, they seem to be run by guys who are very bitter for whatever reason.

I'd like a sugar daddy, but I dont think they go for 46 year old bbw's.   :'(