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Congratulations on choosing the Sugar Baby lifestyle. Glorious days of pampering, splendor and service are ahead of you. Prepare to become a well-cared-for plaything of some rich daddy. But before you can become a certified Sugar Baby, make sure you know these six tips:
Sugar Babying is not for everyone. It’s an alternative lifestyle based on a purely transaction relationship. If you’re not 100% on board, it’s better to quit now rather than ghost on a Sugar Daddy a few weeks in. Be sure about your decision.
Safety is always the number one concern for a Sugar Baby. Make sure you’ve carefully selected a Sugar Daddy who is right for you. There should be a sense of mutual respect and honesty. If he’s creep, get the heck out of there.
Make sure you’ve established very clear rules regarding your relationship. Sex is generally gonna be part of the terms of service, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be! Maybe you just hang around his mansion in your underwear, and that’s all he wants out of it. Make it clear exactly what you’re willing to do and exactly how much it’s going to cost him. Be clear upfront, and then everyone can just focus on having fun later.
Most likely, he’s paying you for your youth, vitality, and sex appeal. So it’s your responsibility to always look your best. That means hitting the gym regularly, eating healthy, and dressing sexy. But you do that anyway. ;)
Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies seldom end up falling in love, but it’s very possible to form a strong sense of mutual companionship. Ideally, you want to find that sweet spot of intimacy. He gets a hoot out of you, and you enjoy his company. Everybody wins.
Just like a traditional relationship, being a Sugar Baby is not necessarily a tenured position. Be prepared for him to drop you at a moment’s notice. Have money saved up and diversify your Sugar Daddy portfolio.
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