Kristin Carnage was making her way through a city in World of Warcraft when a stranger stopped her female avatar. The stranger, a male avatar, opened a trade window with Carnage and moved, in her words, “a ton of gold” in his section of the trade box. For a while afterward, he offered to help run her through content…
SeekingArrangement.com, the website that promises to set up broke young co-eds with "wealthy benefactors," has just released new data ranking college campuses across America according to how many women sign up at each. The biggest surprise? Not that many college students want to date rich old guys, actually.
Earn The Necklace is a website by and for women who have the following in common: 1- They have internet connections 2- They use those internet connections to swap stories of dating older, rich, and usually married men. It's a shitshow. I'm obsessed.
Carrot Dating App lets men bribe "dates" out of women. One of the examples they give? Say you need a tank of gas. Go out with his rich guy and in return, he will buy you a tank of gas! Um, guys, I have no problem with that, but I'm pretty sure it's not called dating.
Sydney Leathers wears a lot of hats lately — internet mistress, bikini model, XM radio muse, profesh masturbator — but until now, I bet you didn't realize that she was also a terrible writer.
The 2012 GOP is a party that promises to return America to the imaginary 1950's white guy wonderland that only ever existed on the teevee, so it's no wonder one might find among its ranks individuals interested in relationships that adhere to, shall we say, antiquated models. Relationships where not only does the man…
Attractive people. Why should they have to "pay for stuff" and "get jobs"? Haven't attractive people suffered enough, what with all the not-being-taken-seriously-as-scientists-in-movies and having-to-wear-fake-glasses-to-get-promotions? I'm getting choked up just thinking about it. And rich people! Why should rich…
Earlier this morning the Today Show ran a segments where they brought in "experts" to weigh in on some of the "hottest headlines." Star Jones, Donny Deutsch, and Dr. Nancy Snyderman (you know, the one who called Mommyrexia an "obnoxious, Upper East Side, white girl problem") showed up, so we assume the real experts…
Want a rich man to keep you in Louboutins, diamonds, and fistfuls of cold hard cash? Look no further than the hotel bar, apparently a "hot spot" par excellence for lucky ladies "to get a Sugar date."
Maybe men do spend more on their mistresses than on their wives, but we're suspicious about the source of these statistics.
In looking at the the hideous case of a man raping a woman he met through the site sugardaddyforme.com, it's easy to jump to conclusions about the site and its community members...but people are rarely that simple.
Even if that catch from SugarDaddyForMe.com is "a troll - face like Dom DeLuise, body like an ugly Mandy Patinkin," the smart Trophy Wife sucks it up (ew.) Herewith, the wisdom of the experts!
It's depressing that "I got a sugar-daddy" is becoming a new subgengre of young-woman memoir. And pursuing it under the guise of a a social experiment doesn't make it much better.
According to a preview of the issue we saw yesterday, this Sunday's NY Times Magazine lets us in on the phenomenon of kept women. Good to know someone's on the acquisitive gold-digger beat!
The Daily Beast's "Melissa Beech" thought that when she wrote about her Sugar Daddy, the blogosphere would be supportive over her Louboutin lifestyle "that would be the envy of any young woman who enjoys life."
"Some might call it prostitution. I call it a 'mutually beneficial arrangement' that pays for my killer wardrobe." We just call it bizarre: a college student justifies her life as a professional mistress on The Daily Beast. Her verdict? Beats waitressing!
"Everyone is looking for handsome, rich and charming men but there are less and less of them to go around." So says one of the comely women profiled by the NY Post's Page Six Magazine who openly admits to hunting a rich man — and, these days, failing. The money isn't flowing and as a result, neither are the free…
Whoa! According to a new study, less than a quarter of female millionaires can attribute their riches to marrying into wealth. Not only that, there will be more female millionaires than male millionaires by the year 2020. Huh? We can make money on our own? Without help of a man? Awesome! See you later Boss-Man Denton!