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Sugar relationships are promoted as mutually beneficial, agreed-upon arrangements -- a trade of time for money. How does the world of "sugaring" work and what's potentially at risk? Listen Listening The sugar arrangement involves sharing pre-established time with another person -- usually attractive, younger company -- in exchange for money to help offset a sugar baby's living expenses, vacations, fancy dinners and other gifts.
The shared time can be platonic, but sex is involved more often than not. Some sugar babies have "clients" and receive an "allowance" for maintaining the relationship. Sugar babies benefit financially, but can also be put in dangerous or compromising situations. How do power dynamics work in these kinds of relationships? What's the risk for trafficking, exploitation or abuse?
Is sugaring legal? Should it be considered sex work? Is there a difference between sugar dating and prostitution, or between sugaring and marrying someone specifically to benefit from their wealth? Why are young people choosing to commodify their attractiveness and sexuality for monetary gain? What in our culture has lead to the acceptance and promotion of transactional relationships?
Is sugaring a form of " modern day feminism " or does it put young women at unnecessary risk for financial gain? Leave a message before the program at During the live show, call , email thesource tpr. View the discussion thread. Looking for love in the all the wrong places is nothing new but now thanks to technology, we can do it by swiping left or right.
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