College Co-Eds Get Tuition Help as “Sugar Babies”
WESTWOOD, Calif. (KTLA) — It’s definitely a unique way for students to help finance their education.
According to MSN.com, some local college campuses are apparently well-represented when it comes to “sugar babies” and their “sugar daddies.”
The website SeekingArrangement.com is signing up co-eds all over Southern California.
It’s full of young women — mostly between 18 and 26 — who say they are looking for companionship, and are willing to spend time with men for about $1,000-$3,000 per month.
Prospective “sugar daddies” can go on the website and select the financial assistance they can afford.
The people who run the website say that it’s not prostitution, and that many of the dates happen without any physical component at all.
UCLA has the most students who are members of the site at 180, followed by USC with 70 young women signed up.
UC Riverside comes in third with 69 members, UC Irvine has 64 students on the site, and Cal State Northridge has 59 members.
A lot of the young women who have “sugar baby” profiles say that the money helps them pay tuition and not have any student debt.