A spoon full of sugar daddy makes the prejudice go down – 4 of 4

Living with my sugar daddy

Sugar daddy related examples are pouring out from all sorts of media today: the Tory secretary who brags about knowing her boss’s every move and knowing everything about him is a perfect one. These are not the the types who should be calling themselves sugar babies. The reality is, there are bad apples in every basket and this should not be a reason for the whole basket to be wasted. We see similar examples in all industries: the 911 operator who turns her back to an emergency call resulting in the callers death, the policeman who aggressively arrests a willing nurse for doing her job by complying with the hospital rules, the priest who does not respect the boundaries between him and the altar boy and so on. None of which renders the great majority unworthy of their genuine cause. Some might argue there should be no money gains in a relationship between two people if that is at all to rank anywhere close to the word genuine. But  one should not forget examples of individuals who through no fault of their own find themselves in situations which are less them financially desirable and upon meeting someone who can potentially safeguard them, find genuine feelings in the long term as opposed to at the outset. Single mothers who in doing so have guaranteed in the long term a loving family for their offspring. Who can with absolute certainty confirm that individuals of a certain upper economical tier of society, do not pre assess economical class as one of the criteria in choosing a partner? In other words, yes the money aspect is almost always at steak no matter whether you are a sugar daddy/baby/boy or simply an ordinary bachelor. So what is the issue here? The investment in a non family cause? The short term aspect to it? Or simply being different?

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