Yesterday, there were bikini pics and today we learn that Sydney Leathers had a (now defunct) profile on SeekingArrangement, billed as the #1 sugar daddy dating site. TMZ reports that she was actively seeking sugar daddies on this site (and others) for more than three years in which time she juggled multiple men, but no more than three at once — some who paid her up to $4,000 a pop for the pleasure of her company via chat, Skype, in the form of dirty pictures or dates, but never for sex.
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- “Reluctant” new porn star Farrah Abraham got turned down twice by SeekingArrangement.com, a sugar daddy website that “matches” women up with rich dudes. The founder of Seeking Arrangement said he was approached by Abraham on two different occasions and that she wanted to get involved with them but “we could tell that Farrah wasn’t coming to us for the right reasons” — whatever that means coming from that site. I guess getting a sugar daddy was all part of the “Teen Mom”‘s multi-step guide to maximum fame! [RadarOnline]
- Kitty Pryde opened for Danny Brown in NYC last night and people in the audience started chanting at her, “Suck his dick, suck his dick.” Pryde took to VICE.com last week, defending Brown over an incident in Minneapolis when he was sexually assaulted by a woman who jumped on stage and started performing oral sex on him. Ugh, this whole story … [ONTD, VICE]
- On the everyday lives of Reddit’s amateur porn stars. [Daily Dot] Keep reading »
- There’s some business about Charlie Sheen wanting to be Lindsay Lohan’s sugar daddy. I can’t bare to find out more. Do some research and let me know. [Socialite Life]
- Men answer the question: Do you want a cock ring for Christmas? Can’t wait to read those responses. [Em & Lo]
- Here are some dos and don’ts for doing butt stuff. [Ask Men]
- Brush up on slut-dropping, this awful thing college students in the UK are doing, which stole its name from a popular dance move. [NYMag.com]
- Confessions of a chubby chaser. She likes her men BIG. As in, fat. [The Gloss] Keep reading »
In every life, a little rain must fall. For one 73-year-old man, this came from the cold, hard realization that it was not a good idea to buy his 27-year-old girlfriend a $775,000 apartment after knowing her for only 10 months. Keep reading »
He will be just like Richard Gere in “Pretty Woman,” I thought. He will be tall, handsome, dreadfully rich, with salt and pepper hair, and an insatiable desire to buy me shoes. He’ll probably be a complete gentleman. Have a reservation at some super swank restaurant. He’ll think I’m captivating over champagne and oysters. He’ll love that I’m the stereotypical starving artist. By the end of the night he’ll be so head-over-heels that he’ll offer to pay off my student loans and take me to Paris. Maybe after a month he’ll want to give me a head-spinningly generous allowance and buy me an apartment in the Village. You know, just to keep things easy and comfortable for me so I can have more time to go on auditions. And of course, he doesn’t even expect me to have sex with him.
This, of course, is what I pictured my sugar-baby misadventure to be like.
There’s one thing that really, really sucks about college. Yes, there’s no way around it: college costs an insanely large amount of money for which I personally think it’s borderline inhumane to even charge. It’s my silly little opinion that education should be a basic human right and therefore should be free. Unfortunately, almost every major academic institution in this country disagrees with me.
But even beyond the tuition itself, as soon as I arrived here I felt the very distinct pain, depression and slight panic that comes with the knowledge that your bank account is significantly dwindling. First, there was the cost of books that neared $500 (for my first semester alone) and this even accounted for scouring the internet for the best deals on used editions. Then there was the whole “going out” thing. Somebody would suggest going to a nearby sushi restaurant, or maybe catching a concert or show. Torn between being social and being frugal is not a fun place to be, especially when trying to make new friends. Keep reading »
The thing that cracks me up the most about these ads for Sugar Sugar, an online dating site that matches younger women with older, weathy men, is that these are so obviously stock images of young couples. The guys’ hair has just been badly photoshopped to look grey. These dudes, to quote one blogger, look “very (very) premature gray-blue … with the skin of a 26-year-old” — likely not representative of the actual sugar daddies the site has to offer. [via Lonely Sandwich] Keep reading »
Henry Allen Fitzsimmons has some explaining to do. The 54-year-old restaurant owner reportedly paid college tuition and a $200 allowance per week to three young women who agreed to his “Spencer Scholarship Plan,” which required following a set of rules like telephoning him and not drinking alcohol. The crux of the plan? Fitzsimmons administered spankings to these women if they broke the rules. Keep reading »
When I was working as an English professor, my fiancée ran a medium-sized company and made 15 times as much money per year as I did—before her bonus. Like many men, I’m proud and competitive. I had already accepted that I wasn’t going to earn more in my lifetime than my father. Now I blanched when I wanted to take my darling to dinner: would we go to the kind of place she’s used to, which I couldn’t come close to affording, or would she be willing to slum it with me again? Keep reading »
“I said to a girl to look for a wealthy boyfriend. This suggestion is not unrealistic. … [Women favor older men because] he’s old. He dies and I inherit.” — Italy’s prime minister, Silvio Berlusconi, speaking at a convention this weekend. Mind you, this particular 72-year-old man’s wife is divorcing him over rumors of call-girl trysts and hanky-panky with an 18-year-old model. Perhaps he’s not the best person to be doling out relationship advice? [AP]