For those of you who wanted to read the GQ Magazine article about SeekingArrangement.com, it is finally published online: Are sugar daddies and sugar babies the future of online dating?
March is National Women’s History Month in the United States and United Kingdom, and we couldn’t resist the opportunity to celebrate; after all, empowering women is our mantra (and that of every sugar daddy). This year’s theme for March is even closer to our hearts, as an emphasis on “Women’s Empowerment and Women’s Education” is the focus for 2012. We believe that nothing is more attractive or more inspiring, than a beautiful, educated women, and we believe that all women should be able to take advantage of every opportunity available in order to reach her goals.
So, for this entire month of March, in honor of the fairer sex, we will be offering all women a 2-for-1 discount on premium membership. Though all women have access to a basic membership free of charge, there are many additional benefits of being a paid member. Premium sugar baby profiles are featured prominently to sugar daddy members, and premium accounts have access to advanced search features. From March 1st to March 31st, all premium sugar babies who pay for an upgrade will automatically receive twice the number of days. (Note: Your extra days will be reflected on your membership before your original upgrade expires.)
So, if you purchase a 30-day Sugar Baby premium membership, you will receive a 60-day subscription instead. And, if you buy 90-days, you will get 180-days, whereas 180-days will get you 360 instead. If you have been flirting with the idea of trying out a paid membership, this month is your chance! A premium sugar baby membership starts at only $20.
In addition to this promotion, we will also putting a more feminine touch on the blog this month. We will be celebrating women all month long with topics about Sugar Babies and Sugar Mommies with “how-to” posts and success stories. If you are interested in sharing you sugar story (anonymously, or otherwise), we would love to hear from you!
One of the things that has set SeekingArrangement.com apart from other Sugar Daddy dating websites is our goal to set a higher standard for what it means to be a Sugar Daddy and Sugar Baby. Becoming a Sugar Baby is a lifestyle choice, not a last resort. Sugar Babies choose to seek better relationships that provide more sustenance and allow them to cultivate their ambitions. A Sugar Baby chooses to enter into an arrangement to enrich her life and better herself. We always support a woman with ambition, and encourage every women to seize every opportunity available to them. By consciously deciding to live outside the realm of perceived possibility, a Sugar Baby is choosing a path of empowerment and increasing her odds off success in life.
Our purpose is to provide the platform to make these arrangements possible, and inspire women to take their lives into their own hands. A relationship can be formed at any time in a variety of ways. It can start out as a friendship and blossom into something more. Or it could start out as a one night stand and never go any further. You can’t control love or the way another person feels, but you can control circumstance. Instead of being picked up in a bar by someone who sleeps in his mother’s basement, why not create a relationship on your own terms?
Some women dream of becoming princesses or even just to actually find a real life gentleman to fall in love with. Other women just do. They know what is possible for them, and they arrange for it to happen. They are told they can’t have their cake and eat it too, but with some arrangements, that is even possible too. The beauty of the Sugar Lifestyle is that every one gets exactly what he or she wants out of it. And there is nothing more empowering than living and loving outside your means – except perhaps getting away with it
How have you been empowered as a Sugar Baby?
By choosing the sugar lifestyle, what opportunities have you had to better yourself?
Sugar Daddies: How do you feel the Sugar Bowl encourages a women to better herself?