sugar daddy

It never even dawned on me that I'd be labeled a "sugar daddy", especially not at 35 anyway. Sure, my hair might be getting a tad greyer and my "crow's feet" slightly more prevalent. But, I certainly don't feel that I'm at that age where I need to feel good about myself by finding someone 17 years my junior and paying for their lavish lifestyle along the way.
Looking from the outside, it seems like a normal relationship, except his friends rib him for his extravagant taste... In a way, I feel flattered that with his discerning taste, he would choose me, and that he continues to choose me, but then again, I'm a pretty good catch, too.
Nearly a quarter of a million students have signed up to become "sugar babies" - where they are paid by a richer, older man
Meet Nicole*, a 20-year-old student studying at the University of Westminster. She's also a "Sugar Baby", meaning wealthy
A dating website to help so-called "sugar daddies" to find "babies" to pamper - in return for the benefits of a young, easily
I was drawn to because I wanted to meet someone older, wiser, more distinguished. I had no idea that a sub-culture existed where men offered shopping allowances, gifts and in some cases cash in return for the luxury of a non-demanding girlfriend.