Category Archives: mutually beneficial relationships

Married sugar baby

I remember during my NY & Texas days, I was in NY for a few days and met up with this lady who was just a couple of years younger than me at 39, married for 6 years, no kids, both … Continue reading

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The sugar daddy who felt like a sucker

I received an email from a reader of my book who recounted a recent experience of his. Here is the jist of what he said, I am summarizing his email, with his permission: “Hey Dave, great book, great stories, and it … Continue reading

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When should the sugar daddy start giving benefits?

Just a quick thought here. In the past, my arrangements were pretty straightforward. It was a dating relationship, intimacy happened fairly soon into the relationship etc etc. Once, I had met a lady, she was my age almost exactly.  She … Continue reading

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Sugar to equal

A sugar baby finally got equal financial standing as her sugar daddy Continue reading

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Why sugar daddies do this type of dating?

Someone asked me once why sugar daddies do this type of dating and what would make us want to come into the lifestyle. After all, she said, don’t we feel used by these women as ‘walking ATMs’ (it is a phrase … Continue reading

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Last night at Dos Caminos

I like it there. I am not a paid spokesman for the place (however if they are reading this, I want to become one. Call me!), although I have to say that all their locations I have tried I liked. … Continue reading

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