I find it quite funny when the mainstream media tries to report on sugar babies. If you think about it, these journalists have absolutely no background in this sort of thing. 99% of these reporters barely make enough money to make ends meet. Yet, they will believe anything they read and actually report it as fact. Let’s take for instance sugar babies in college. Sure, there are a certain number of them that look to sugar daddies to spoil them. Thing is, when you read their articles, these reporters make it seem like its rampant. That is so far from the truth it’s scary.
Don’t get me wrong, this is a trend that is growing. But when you look at the female population at every college in the United States, less than 1% of them engage in the sugar lifestyle. Think how tiny of a subset of society that is. Sure, many of them will love to date successful men when they GET OUT OF COLLEGE, but how many college girls you know look at life past college? Perhaps when they hit their junior and senior years the bright ones do, but most do not.
In spite of all these, going after these sugar babies looking to get their tuition paid for can be quite the arrangement. The first goal is being able to target and find these women successfully. The last thing you want to do is approach the wrong girl about this and get slapped silly