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Bay Area as nation’s ‘sugar daddy’ capital?

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Here’s a social statistic to ponder, courtesy of the imageExaminer’s Dan Schreiber: the Bay Area apparently has the highest percentage of men seeking “companionship” for cash than any other locale in the U. S. That would be 3.5 in every 1,000 adult males. The source: a website specializing in hooking up sugar daddies with sugar babies. (And no, it isn’t Craigslist.) An excerpt:
Julianna McHugh, 21, a recent San Francisco transplant otherwise known as sugar baby No. 747314, said she has used the site with mixed results, and she’s still “really good friends” with a sugar daddy she dated in Virginia. “I was just looking for someone to help with my bills,” she said, adding that she’s yet to find a local sugar daddy because they are too “passive aggressive” for her. “Most get a weekly or monthly allowance and then they might take you shopping.”

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