The sugar daddy/baby relationship is a scam targeting men

The sugar daddy/sugar baby relationship is a scam. In a sugar daddy/baby relationship, there’s often no clear agreement established between the man and the woman regarding what she must provide in exchange for the financial support he offers to the sugar baby.

  1. It seems that many men are taken advantage of because they financially support women without receiving adequate compensation in return.
  2. The man must constantly negotiate the price of every single interaction with a woman. It is time consuming and exhausting.
  3. The service may not be satisfactory even if the man spent a significant amount of money.

Financial domination

I found out that sugar babies often compete with each other to see who can get the most money out of men without giving anything in return. Essentially, they try to turn their relationships into financial domination arrangements. They’re all about getting men to spend money, whether it’s by asking them to pay their bills or buy them gifts without delivering anything in return.


For sugar babies, sugar daddism is like a game, and money is the prize. Contrary to what mainstream media claim, sugar babies often take advantage of men’s weaknesses to get what they want.

Sugar babies use mind manipulation techniques to get money from men. They identify a man’s psychological weakness and use it to their advantage. For example, a sugar baby may pretend to be dominant if she knows a man is attracted to that type of personality, and then ask him to withdraw cash from an ATM to see her again.

Another technique sugar babies use is mirroring, where they pretend to share the same interests, political views, and sexual fetishes as their male victim. Some sugar babies may even pretend to be in a difficult financial situation or have a chronic disease to make the sugar daddy feel sorry for them and spend money on them.

Sugar babies are skilled in psychological manipulation. For example, a sugar baby may imply that a man should buy her an expensive bag to please her, without directly asking for it. This way, the sugar daddy cannot sue the sugar baby for asking for money.

The Cost of Sugar Daddism

Investigations have shown that sugar daddies can spend anywhere from $1000 to $3000 per month on sugar babies. This is a significant amount of money, and it may not even guarantee time spent with the sugar baby. Men may put these women on a pedestal and hope for a girlfriend experience, but they may not be satisfied with the relationship.

The Truth About Sugar Baby/Daddy Relationships

Many stories about sugar baby/daddy relationships online are fake. Sugar baby websites are often full of scammers, gold diggers, and men impersonating women. It’s important to be cautious and aware of the risks involved in sugar daddism.