How do you even become a Baby in the first place, beyond just signing up to the site?
These are relationships like any others, and the bad times are bound to come with the good.
Have you heard of any incidents where a relationship has gone badly wrong?
We’re told that men should be the provider and I don’t think there’s anything wrong with going after a guy who can provide, who is going to treat you really well and most of the time, who can mentor you.
Many of the sugar daddies (or mommies) are CEOs or business people with connections, who can help you network, because they’re normally at least ten, fifteen years older.
Do have a support network in place to help Sugar Babies?
Brook Urick: Online dating and dating in general is always a risk.Brook Urick: So a straight up Sugar Daddy is someone willing to spoil his baby for the right reasons. Then there’s a Salt Daddy, a guy who uses the site to meet girls and pretend he will spoil them and he’s a good guy when really he’s not or just trying to get in their pants. Brook Urick: Every week I do an Ask Brook column and answer a question readers have been asking.And then there’s a Splenda Daddy – the guy who really wants to be a sugar daddy but doesn’t have the money. A lot of the time girls expect money to just be thrown at them – and there are some guys who don’t think too much of just doing that – but a lot of the guys are looking for more of a connection with someone. There’s a lot of delusion with what you can actually expect with this so talking about it and having the site helps. If I wanted to become a sugar baby, how would I go about it?Being a "Baby" is no longer a niche idea, despite what you might think.Seeking Arrangement, the site where rich, lonely or busy men (or women) can meet “Sugar Babies”, has over 3.3 million Babies from across the world.But would you challenge that straight-up assumption?