NEW YORK -- On a Sunday morning in late May, Taylor left her Harlem apartment and boarded a train for Greenwich, Conn.
I was really afraid because my parents are super strict, so I couldn’t tell them.” Her next step was to find a way to make extra cash.
I finally received a seemingly normal message from a guy on the site.
He messaged me with a simple “hey.” He was under 30 and reported his annual income as 0,000.
And becoming involved with men that would pay her to be in relationships with them never crossed the University of Georgia student’s mind until a friend inspired the idea.“One of my friends made a joke saying, ‘You should just become a sugar baby,’” she said.
“And I started thinking, ‘Wait, maybe I could do this.’”Seeking Arrangement.com, one of the largest sugar daddy dating websites, was the first place she visited.