DISGUSTING! Website says Temple University has most 'Sugar Babies' - Philadelphia
Website allows women to sellt heir companionship to older, wealthy men.
In news of the disgusting, the website SeekingArrangement.com says Temple University in Philadelphia is top in the nation for young women seeking older, wealthy men to pay their tuition - in exchange for a "Mutually Beneficial Relationship."
According to the website, "The population of college Sugar Babies in Pennsylvania has steadily increased every year, with Temple leading all major universities this year," according to founder Brandon Wade. "While some may argue that these women are just using men for their own personal gain, I believe that they are proactive in pursuing a higher education."
Although the site does not overtly endorse prostitution, there are those who claim is it nothing less. The site does not mention the exchange of sexual activity for money, but one would be naive to assume its overt goal to form "friendships" is anything but a veil.
Of course, it seems ironic that in pursuit of education, men and women would engage in behavior that suggests a distinct lack of it, at least in a moral sense.
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