This concept most likely sparks severe reactions. The idea of someone selling their body seems highly immoral and full of sin. But how unusual is this, really? Girlfriends and wives enjoy flowers and gifts, dinners and vacations from their men. They have sex in return, correct? ("Wine me dine, 69 me" may come to mind.) A New York Housewife enjoys a lucrative bank account without working outside of the home. She works inside the home and ensures a comfortable and well fed husband, correct? He's paying her, isn't he? I can remember my grandmother recieving a weekly "allowance" from my grandfather. She would ask him every Friday if he was going to pay her.
And he did.In the novel Sugarbabe: The Controversial Real Story of a Woman in Search of a Sugar Daddy, author Holly Hill explores this concept fully. I have only just begun to read her story and already I find myself completely enveloped in her reasoning and justification. To me, it sounds…right. She sets out to find the Read More »from Sex For Sale. Negotiated Infidelity. How irrational is this, really?