You know the economy sucks when students are resorting to pay-for-sex arrangements in order to pay tuition. It’s happening all over the country. And participation is exploding in a popular website that joins needy college students with willing ‘Sugar Daddies.’
Imagine you’re a college student, struggling to pay steep tuition and living expenses.
Mid-bite of boxed macaroni and cheese, you stumble upon the option of joining a free, “mutually beneficial” online service that promises to pair you with a wealthy man or woman who will chip in for school costs.
Would you do it?
Apparently, an increasing number of Florida college students are taking up the offer.
Four Florida universities — Florida International University in Miami-Dade, the University of Central Florida in Orlando, the University of South Florida in Tampa, and Florida State University in Tallahassee — made the Top 20 list of fastest-growing “sugar baby” memberships for SeekingArrangement.com, a website with more than two million users worldwide.
The site matches “sugar babies” — who may or may not be in college — with well-to-do “sugar daddies” who are willing to help support them.
What do the sugar daddies get in return?
Companionship, the website says.
So sad and pitiful. This is what you get when you combine the miserable Obama economy with steeply declining cultural morals.
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