I was happy to come across your site a few weeks ago, and I have now signed up for a “standard” sugar baby female account. I am wondering what the term “mutually beneficial relationships” means exactly. Do they always have pre-arranged end dates? I am looking for an arrangement that doesn’t start out with too many rigid expectations, though I don’t know if there are any sugar daddies with this same philosophy? Any advice you all can give will be greatly appreciated.
(Stephan from SeekingArrangement.com Writes)
You asked if arrangements usually begin with an end-date in mind. That’s a good question, and I’d also like to know how many people set up their last date before it happens. Does this work? Does agreeing to a ‘last date’ from the beginning help solidify an ideal arrangement, or would most people rather leave the option open for seeing each other again? I lean towards choosing an end date as soon as it’s reasonably possible… I just like the “commitment to not commit” aspect of it…I guess that’s a new Seeking Arrangement marketing line: “For those committed to not committing” 😉 Though all might not agree…anyone think sugar daddy relationships are a type of commitment?
As for whether or not there are sugar daddies looking for loose, casual arrangements; Yes. There are men who have posted recently on THIS BLOG about how they’re looking for something deeper than a “cut-and-dry” arrangement, and wish to have an intellectual bond with their sugar babies. Would anyone else care to share what they think about deeper sugar daddy relationships?