Here on the Sugar Daddy Dating Blog, it may be worth noting that sex happens in most premarital relationships, and that an aspect of being a sugar involves acknowledging its existence (if present) within the context of a mutually beneficial relationship.
Seeking Arrangement is for those who seek relationships in which mutual respect is the presiding factor as to whether or not sex occurs.
To this end, sugars are part of the majority of people who claim to be sexually satisfied. According to the Durex 2010 Sexual Wellbeing Global Survey, 82% of respondents who claimed to be sexually satisfied said they feel respected by their partner during sex. “Mutual respect plays a vital role in a satisfying sex life”, according to the survey.
There are plenty of people who do want relationships in which sex is the only measurement of its success or completeness, and there are numerous sites out there catering to escorts and others who will have sex for a price, regardless of whether or not each partner feels respected.
Although as far as SeekingArrangement.com is concerned, escorts, pros, and those who seek them are not a part of the sugar family tree.
However, due to a particular dating site recently placing ads on Google stating that the ‘new wave of escort’ are Sugar Babies, there has been some discussion over how intimacy and sex are two different things; one a required component of a mutually beneficial arrangement as defined by SA, and one not.
Now prepare to be astounded as the Seeking Arrangement Sugar Daddy Dating Blog endorses a quote from FocusOnTheFamily.com to illustrate the meaning of intimacy, and the difference between it, and sex:
“One evening over dinner with a friend, we spoke about intimacy and what it means. She shared a cute little phrase with me to remind me of intimacy’s true meaning. “It means ‘in-to-me-see,'” she said. Ah yes, it’s a blending of our heart with another’s, so we can “see into” who they really are, and they can “see into” us.
Being intimate involves the mixing of our life with anther’s, a mingling of souls, a sharing of hearts. Maybe you are wondering about sex. Granted, sex is a part of intimate expression, but it is not intimacy.
In his book, Soul Cravings, Erwin Raphael McManus writes:
Sex can be the most intimate and beautiful expression of love, but we are only lying to ourselves when we act as if sex is proof of love. Too many men demand sex as proof of love; too many women have given sex in hopes of love. We live in a world of users where we abuse each other to dull the pain of aloneness. We all long for intimacy, and physical contact can appear as intimacy, at least for a moment.”
Here are some more points of interest from the 2010 Durex Global Sexual Wellbeing Survey:
Is intimacy an ideal aspect of a mutually beneficial relationship between a Sugar Daddy and Sugar Baby?
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