Sugar Daddy

Pronunciation:

[ˈʃʊgər ˈdædi]

Definition:

A Sugar Daddy describes a man who offers support, of the financial or material nature, to a Sugar Baby.

This leads to an arrangement with a Sugar Baby that can be classified as short-term or long-term based on the goals of the participants. This type of relationship has become very popular in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Columbia, and Australia.

Although Sugar relationships can have some stigmatization associated with them; the relationships can end up being deep and meaningful. In some cases, neither the Sugar Daddy nor the Sugar Baby is looking for a serious commitment. Sugar babies are often very attractive, fun, flirtatious, adventurous, and will generally provide company to the Sugar Daddy. For the Sugar Daddy, this relationship may fill a void in their lives and look to provide something they feel like they might be missing.

Example:

Kevin has been the CFO of a pharmaceutical firm in Boston for two decades. In his professional life, he has everything he could ever want. But still, something is missing. Seeking.com was recommended to him by another wealthy friend and Kevin met with Candice, a beautiful college student who was looking for a medium-length arrangement while she finished graduate school and lived in the city.