Who Can Be a Sugar Baby?

who can be a sugar baby

While this advice can be applied to either gender, for the sake of simplicity, this article is geared towards the relationship between a female Sugar Baby and a prospective Sugar Daddy. The same information should be applicable to male Sugar Babies in search of a Momma.

Considering whether or not the Sugar Life is right for you can be a daunting task. What if can you expect going into it? Are you a right fit for this kind of lifestyle? What do potential Sugar Daddies look for in a companion? These are all questions worth answering before jumping into the Sugar Bowl. Here are some general guidelines to assess your fit in this new world of dating:

Age
Most Sugar Babies tend to be college-aged, but there’s no rule as to what age is considered “too old.” By definition, a Sugar Baby is younger than her Daddy; that’s pretty much it.
More important than your actual age would be the youthful vibe you give off. A Daddy’s search for a companion may come from a desire to feel young again. Being around your aura of innocence and positivity will help bring his youth back.

BBW
As with any dating, there’s room for every body. Size shouldn’t be an issue when considering your eligibility for the Sugar Life; a Daddy only looking for specific body types could be a disaster waiting to happen, anyway. You’re beautiful, and you’ll always be able to find someone else who sees that. Focus on the chemistry you feel between you and your partner rather than his superficialities.

Black
Skin color may make or break the relationship with some Sugar Daddies, but here’s a news-flash: if they’re sensitive about what skin tone you have, they aren’t worth your time, anyway. The kind of service you’re providing a Sugar Daddy transcends physical features. It should be based on mutual respect and interest in one another.

Relationship Types
Receiving compensation for your company may make you feel like you’re not actually dating your Sugar Daddy. On the flip-side, you may be under the impression that you owe your Daddy more than just your company because of what he provides you. The truth is, the most important part of your relationship is that it’s stress-free. If either of you try to complicate things or rush into anything, it’s still going to hurt just as much as a non-Sugar relationship.

Remember, prostitutes are paid for sex. You are not a prostitute.

You’re getting paid for your personality, your compassion, and your companionship. You don’t have to decide if you love your Sugar Daddy any more than you owe that kind of decision to someone you casually date. The most important thing is that you and your Sugar Daddy are on the same page. Communication is key to maintaining your lifestyle and his own.

Social Stigma
Negative connotations have been attached to the Sugar lifestyle in the past. However, you’ve got to be progressive in even a small way to consider this kind of relationship. The Sugar Bowl is much deeper than people tend to think it is. The only thing that should matter is whether or not you are okay with being a Sugar Baby. If you aren’t fully invested in what you’re doing, your partner will be able to tell. If your friends and family don’t understand, then talk to them. Make them understand. This isn’t the 19th-century anymore; your relationship choices are nothing more than that; they’re your own. Never let anyone stand between you and what makes you happy.

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