Gold-digger: A generally attractive person who seeks out relationships with SugarMomma or SugarDaddy for monetary gain. A gold digger can be a female or male. It is often a mutually opportunistic relationship: the rich person gets sex or companionship and the gold-digger gets money. -Urban Dictionary
The question a lot of women ask:
CAN YOUR IMAGE MAKE OR BREAK YOUR RELATIONSHIP?
She’s got a million dollar body.
Every man wants a woman he can show off.
She just has to be open to being his arm candy.
Recently, I have been partaking in some online dating with men who have a little more to offer than just the everyday norm.
Welcome to a lifestyle that society highly frowns upon.
- A lifestyle where you will be offered dates that come with allowances of 10k or more.
- Dinners worth more than a monthly car note and car insurance combined.
- Apartments, Shopping Sprees, Cars, Vacations, and lots of spoiling.
You’re his princess…
Some call it dating with some extra spoiling, others may call it a career.
BUT with this lifestyle comes an expected image.
CAN YOU DRESS THE PART?
For months I contemplated being a SugarBaby.
How can I find a SugarDaddy who would genuinely respect me and not think of me as his everyday transaction.
Will everything be sexual or could I have other arrangements?
I’m not a gold-digger – so how do I make it clear to him that I am looking for just a relationship?
Its not what you say but how you say it.
A phrase we so often hear, but rarely take notice to.
It took a lot of trial and error – when I created my profile until it grasp the attention of SugarDaddys’ that I were attracted to.
In any case, whenever you are trying to get someones attention – you have to fully understand your audience.
I viewed a lot of profiles (of other SugarBaby’s and SugarDaddy’s), read articles written by other SugarBaby’s, and took a jump into the lions den not knowing what to fully expect.
I needed to fully understand what made me different and what caught their attention.
In the beginning, I was grasping the attention of grandpas and men old enough to be my father.
They all promised me luxurious lifestyles, but I wanted more than that. I wanted something that had substance and lacked embarrassment.
Question is does it exist?
Have you ever attempted a relationship that you were never fully into?
Some of you may say yes, but honestly if it doesn’t make you almost vomit in your mouth [literally] in some shape or form you were attracted to that individual subconsciously.
To be continued….