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What is so bad about formalizing the arrangement so that we can all just go home happy?And aside from that unpleasantness with that woman who scammed him, all Thurston had to wrestle with, really, was the nagging guilt that maybe this whole sugar-dating thing isn't so okay, particularly since he began before his divorce was even finalized. This felt like an ethical dilemma.” But he reminded himself that he was actually helping someone, a poor student, or someone who badly needed the money for, I don't know, medical bills or back taxes or vaping supplies.

—was left tied to his coffee table for twenty hours by 17-year-old twins he met through Seeking Arrangement.

He was rescued eventually, but while the twins got what they came for, poor Paul never did.

And he knows he got off easy with that woman; there are worse and more humiliating scams in the sugar-dating zip code than just losing a few hundred bucks.

Back in October, Manhattan millionaire Paul Aronson, 85—85!

Thurston Von Moneybags (not his real name) was scammed once by a girl in Houston. She didn't show to the meet, and that's the last time Thurston Von Moneybags ever got hustled again.

He had arranged to meet her so that he might size her up and determine whether he wanted to give her a monthly stipend in exchange for regular sex and sometimes maybe dinner. Was she blonde and blue-eyed, the way he liked them? Now he meets the girls for lunch before he offers them an ahem arrangement, and he is very clear. A thing you should know is that there are very few people to root for in this story.“And I was like, ‘You're not doing anything different than I'm doing, except you're stealing.’ ” Which, sure, those two things seem exactly the same.A thing people like to do in the sugar realm, when they're being defensive, is they like to tell you how they're doing just another version of what you're doing. We're also both journalists, me and my husband, which is to say that we've been bringing each other down financially and “beneficially” since the day we met.Most of the girls there weren't pretty like her, and they'd make fun of her, saying, “What are you doing here, princess? Kitten says that it isn't always about sex: There were some nebbishy men (and some women; she's sugar-dated both) who just wanted companionship.“A lot of them are very lonely and they don't have time to go through traditional dating because they're so successful.Kitten left home when she was 18 after a fight with her family over a boyfriend, and she wasn't welcome back, not even after the relationship ended. “They were talking shit about it, saying it wasn't a good thing to do.” But Kitten saw it differently; she saw a way out.

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