As someone who has been a divorce lawyer for 33 years I consider myself pretty surprise-proof; however, I just heard about a series of emails where a husband was contracting on line for a "Sugar Baby." He wanted to meet a young woman he could spend money on. You can imagine what the quid pro quo was. If you are conducting personal business of this sort on your home computer, I would suggest that you have a password no one in your family knows and that you not leave the screen open for your family to see.
I frankly thought the "Sugar Daddy" thing seemed a lot like prostitution, under the "if it looks like a duck and quacks like a duck, it’s a duck" theory. But, apparently this can be argued to fall in a grey area where the sexual congress piece is not the most important one.
I am not sure if this is a result of the popularity of "Mad Men" or just a new way to sell an old profession, but once I got over having the giggles, I was a bit horrified.
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