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"I know a lot of men who've been married for 20, 30 years, their wife doesn't want to hear their gripes at the end of the day.
A sugar baby is willing to lend an ear to them."In other words, a "relationship" freed from any drudgery, or maintenance? "We had an image we were playing with, like sugar daddy shopping, like at a store, picking the things that he wants, leaving the things he doesn't want."Or, as Dr Meagan Tyler, a research fellow at RMIT University who specialises in gender inequality, puts it: "[The men] are paying [the women] to not be a full human being.
To not have any needs, to not have any desires of their own, to not have any push back against their power".
It is a criticism that has been levelled at many sugar daddy websites — that they exploit vulnerable women.
The Sydney-based business consultant has given one woman a ,000 motorbike.Brook Urick says the websites' popularity stems partly from the fact that sugar daddy relationships are becoming "a little more accepted and prominent"."Some people say they heard about it in a magazine or on TV," she says.Indeed, Steven Soderbergh's new TV show, The Girlfriend Experience — in which the main character, a legal intern, works as an escort to pay her bills — debuted in April this year.Nearly half of the website's Australian members are female students — 82,670 of them.The University of Sydney topped the website's 2016 "fastest growing sugar baby schools" in Australia list, with 90 new members joining in the previous 12 months.
That relationship lasted two months after, he says.