Cambridge is top university for sugar daddy dating
A SHAMELESS dating site is encouraging young female students to date older rich "sugar daddies" so they can pay off their student loan Cash-strapped students are told a "sugar daddy" will pamper and spoil them as well as help to further their studies and earn them some extra pocket money and life experience.
One apparently satisfied customer is Chloe Hyams (below) from London, whose numerous sugar daddies give her - in return for 'companionship' - up to £18k per month plus gifts, luxury hotel stays and exotic holidays.By creating entirely new categories of prostitution, technology has helped normalise the world's oldest and shabbiest profession.There are 'phone sex' operatives, who talk dirty to anonymous men for money.What is surprising, however, is their relative lack of shame or any sense that prostitution is morally wrong.One wonders what (if any) moral guidance they've received growing up.Nineteen-year-old Jessica Hyer's experience was rather different.
She met around 50 middle-aged men through a sugar daddy website, sleeping with many of them for money.
The huge adverts for Rich Meet Beautiful, which appear to be poorly translated, show a couple cuddling with the caption "romance, passion and no student loan, go out with a sugar daddy".
Students at King's College London, one of 12 universities targeted, have hit out at the dating site.
A second-year History student, who asked not be named, said: "It's disgusting.
It should be illegal for these perverts to pray on youngsters like this.
It was, she said, 'terrible': 'People shouldn't think it's all rosy and glamorous because it's not.' More than 1,000 women at Cambridge University alone are using sugar daddy websites to subsidise their tuition and living costs, making on average around £3,000 per month.