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If she feels a connection, she gives him her phone number.
They text, talk, and then Skype before she agrees to an in-person meeting, since all have involved her flying to the men's cities.
With rising student-loan debt and a disappointing job market for millennials, trading time and intimacy for money may not seem so unreasonable.
But it doesn't come without risks, both physical and psychological.
Lots of girls are jealous of Abby*, 19, a brunette business major in Louisville, Kentucky, for landing such an amazing boyfriend.
She raves about her amazing connection with Michael, a handsome 36-year- old doctor who is happy to spend weekends together at the symphony, appreciates her cooking so much he's offered to pay for culinary school, and isn't afraid to commit to a monogamous relationship, even inviting her to move into his mansion.
"I'd been talking to a guy in Beverly Hills for months, and I told him I wasn't comfortable sleeping with him the first time we met.
I currently have about ,000 in loans and more to go before graduation," says Abby, who has accepted about ,000 in cash from three sugar daddies, including Michael.These young women may act with bravado, but they often feel shame.The power inequality mostly benefits the daddy," she says, "leaving the baby as powerless and dependent as her namesake."Brandon Wade, the 43-year-old CEO of Seeking Arrangement, sees a wider gulf between sugar babies and prostitutes.According to Seeking Arrangement, there was a 58 percent increase in coed sign-ups last year, and 44 percent of the site's sugar babies are enrolled in college.The most active schools, according to the site's surveys, are Georgia State University, New York University, Temple University, the University of Central Florida, and the University of Southern Florida.