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University introduces ‘Sugar Daddy course’ for ladies

Do Aristos need a degree for what they do? Maybe. A new course is
offering to teach women how to be the ideal ‘sugar baby’ in order to
land a wealthy man.

Professional sugar baby Carla Abonia, 37, has been
flown across the world and had wildly lavish gifts bought for her by
rich men who can’t resist her company.

But she admits the relationships aren’t always straight forward, so has
joined forces with her mentor, sugar daddy Alan Schneider, to form their
Sugar Daddy University in New York. The pair teach five key elements of
being a successful sugar daddy or sugar baby through the curriculum –
Sexuality, Understanding, Generosity, Attraction and Reciprocity.

They even have plastic surgeons – as well as relationship and financial
experts – on hand to advise women how to look better as they or their
sugar daddy invest in their appearance.

Carla turned to the sugar baby lifestyle after getting fed up with cheap
blokes – one in particular would bring a KFC bucket to her house for
dinner and leave her the leftovers.

She said: “He’d want to give me a kiss and would leave crumbs all over
my mouth. As soon as I got rid of him I went straight on the internet
and started researching.

“I think a lot of women can relate to each other in that way. We want to
be treated well and that is where the sugar way of life comes from.

“Our experiences are what created the university – relationships can be better so we’re here to make them better.

“I’m going to be teaching how to view the relationship so it can be prosperous and beneficial for both sides.


“I’ll be putting all my experience together to help other babies
appreciate the man they are with and let the daddies know how to
approach us in the first place.”

School headmaster Alan, who created the dating site SugarDaddyForMe.com,
added the university is there for people to get a better grasp of the
‘often misunderstood’ lifestyle.

He said: “A lot of women don’t know how to approach men – they think
they’re aggressive and predatory. We have to enhance and educate both
sides so each respect each other.

“We get unhappily married people looking for new partners, students,
professionals who find it hard to meet people – it’s an incredible
mixture of professions and interests.

“A lot of the sugar babies are 21-35, attractive, well-educated but
struggling financially for one reason or another so want mentoring – the
sugar daddies are like benefactors helping them.

“It’s not just about sex – we help them discover a spark, a real
connection and many couples get married. Because of the understanding it
happens more regularly than other marriages.

“The course teaches understanding the sugar daddy lifestyle, how to
navigate successfully in it, how to avoid the pitfalls of approaching
the lifestyle incorrectly and learning the tools to initiate and prosper
in this relevant and popular, but often misunderstood lifestyle.

Source – Mirror UK

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