Sugar Relationship

Pronunciation:

[ˈʃʊgər riˈleɪʃənˌʃɪp]

Definition:

A Sugar Relationship is defined by a Sugar Daddy who provides mentorship and/or financial assistance to a Sugar Baby. Often used as a colloquial way to describe an arrangement, a Sugar Relationship (SR) is centered on the degree to which a Sugar Daddy can take care of a Sugar Baby, which is typically proportional to how much the Sugar Daddy makes and how often he wants to see the Sugar Baby. The Sugar Relationship can take on many forms in regards to length of the relationship, the duration of dates, the frequency of dates, and the goals of both the Sugar Daddy and the Sugar Baby.

The dynamic of Sugar Daddy/Baby relationship is not unlike a normal dating relationship; They can be intimate, go out to dinner, or just spend time together. Discretion, mutual respect, and honesty are needed to guide these kinds of relationships, as entering into one should never cause either party personal or professional problems.

Example:

Ray, a Sugar Daddy, and Mary, a Sugar Baby, had entered into a Sugar Relationship when they met through Seeking.com. Tall and beautiful, she could have any man she wanted, but not necessarily whatever lifestyle she wished. Ray was handsome and older, but that didn’t bother her. He had wonderful tastes in regards to cuisine and music, and the means to give Mary the lifestyle she wanted.