Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Report: 40,000 Public Schools Teachers Are Registered Online As Seeking 'Sugar Daddies'

Now, this is interesting...according to, which calls itself “the #1 online dating website for sugar babies and generous men,” some 40,000 entrepreneurial public school teachers have joined the website in an attempt to sell their bodies um...find wealthy, generous older men for “mutually beneficial relationships.”

According to SeekingArrangement, the top five school districts in the country for sugar-baby teachers are (in order): the School District of Philadelphia, Miami-Dade County Public Schools, Los Angeles Unified School District, the Clark County School District (Las Vegas area) and the New York City public schools.

“Based on the occupation field ‘teacher,’ we polled members to see which school districts they worked in,” explained Jennifer Gwynn, SeekingArrangement’s public relations manager.

According to SeekingArrangement, the average public school teacher who uses the site is between the ages of 28 and 33. The average tab is around $3,000 in 'financial assistance' each month from the generous benefactor on the other side of the deal.

If the name of this site sounds familiar to you, perhaps it's because it's where Anthony Weiner's sexting buddy Sydney Leathers trolled for older johns online.

Education indeed! I wonder if the union would insist on a cut if they found out about it?

1 comment:

Joel Lee said...

Sugar Dating is so legal that Newt Gingrich and Anna Nicole Smith did it with no legal consequence. There are members of law enforcement, judges, lawyers, politicians, etc. that are into the sugar lifestyle. If
they got into trouble during sugar dating, a team of dream team lawyers may argue that it is a gift, not a payment, and the relationship is noncommercial. They will most likely get off if the dream team lawyers
with political cloud argue that. Here are some of the cases the dream team lawyers may uses in such cases. The court overturned the conviction of a woman who attempt to trade tickets for sex based on the fact that
the court ruled her actions were not commercial sex so the attempt prostitution laws do not apply (See Commonwealth v. Finkelstein and Commonwealth v Stephanie Ann Danko 421 A.2d 1165 ). In this court case, the court in this case declares payment mistress-lovers relationship to be gifts and not prostitution income. (See UNITED STATES of America, v.
Lynnette HARRIS and Leigh Ann Conley 942 F.2d 1125 ) Also the NY court ruled that it was not the legislators’ intent to outlaw mistress-lover’s relationship when they enacted the prostitution statutes. (See Cherry v. Koch 129 Misc. 2d 346, 491 N.Y.S.2d 934 ). These rulings don’t apply to escorts because they are in commercial relationships with their clients. (See IDK, INC., v. COUNTY OF CLARK 836 F.2d 1185).