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Things Sugar Daddies Should Not Do in 'Pay-for-Play' Relationships

by Kathy Jones on September 3, 2013 at 8:17 PM
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 Things Sugar Daddies Should Not Do in 'Pay-for-Play' Relationships

An 'expert' sugar daddy has come up with a list of important things that people should keep in mind when they opt for a pay-for-play relationship.

The man in question, who writes under a pseudonym, Trent, for a website that shares tales of relationships between men and their kept women, said that a real sugar daddy will not become intimate too quickly with his sugar baby, the New York Post reported.

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Next, sugar daddies should not put anything in writing relating to compensation and set firm boundaries, while paying proper attention and giving respect to the lady.

Trent asserted that sugar daddies should make an effort for the lady to keep her interested.

Also, the relationship should not be made all about money, but about willfully fulfilling each other's needs with something you can easily give, the expert insisted.

Source: ANI
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