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......Neck Part 3 Posted on Jan 20, 2012 at 12:57 AM
Grow up guys. If your desires are valuble to you, don't cheapen them by being obstinate. Y'all are willing to pay for other things you desire in life: expensive cars, iphones, Tony Robbins seminars etc. But paying for a great and satisfying s*x life is taboo. Personally, I would take a ring in marriage, but no one has asked me. I would love to have a boyfriend, but you guys want NSA/FWB. A single available man would be ideal, but as I prepare for him to materialize, I'm lonely and am sexually frustrated. My husband or boyfriend would be financially supportive of me so that my life would have a nice quality to it. How is giving you my sweetness both sexual and non sexual while allowing you to walk in/out of my life on YOUR terms going to increase my quality of life non sexually? Just as your situations are unique as you search for a lover, ours are unique as well.
.....Neck Part 2 Posted on Jan 20, 2012 at 12:42 AM
You guys have the nerve to judge others with little to no evidence to back it up. So it's more "safe" for you to believe the negative than to take chances and even make some mistakes to find your desires. What about y'all? You seek to cheat and lie to those you've made intimate promises to. You don't want the commitment of a boyfriend but you want s*x, time and attention from a stranger when you can have all of that at home if you try and work it out. You say that you're willing to pay for a sexual experience but somewhere in your mind, you resent it if you do ( then stay at home and leave us alone). Those of you with wives/girlfriends take care of/share finances and evnthough you don't get what you want from them and you continue to take care of them anyway. A sugarbaby is willing to play out those desires but you want us to do really intimate things without compensation because you are....? Wow. You covet what you cannot have and overlook what's in front of you. And you always pick the ones who sell you out and damage your lives.
Talking out The Side of Your Neck Part 1 Posted on Jan 20, 2012 at 12:27 AM
Men Why are you on this website? Why do you pay for membership month after month? Why do you look at all the site's information day after day and just sit on the sidelines? Fear and desire are two sides of the same coin. You want something so bad but then you find reasons, in fear, to push the very thing you desire away. WTF! The idea that Sugarbabies are gold diggers that pretend to care about me for my money. Or Sugarbabies sell their bodies for money and therefore have no/low morals. Or there is this one: want someone who loves me for me but I'm not leaving my situation but thanks for the good times. (Hello! that is what your wife/girlfriend is for with all of that uncon ditional love you committed to in front of God and everybody). Sugarbabies are the sh#t. We are FUN first and foremost. A lot are educated, nurturing and open minded. We are the gateway to dreams.
ROLL CALL TO THE WOMEN! Speak! Posted on Nov 29, 2011 at 02:32 PM
Hi Girls, :o) I would love to hear about your experiences in the sugar search. I will start and you can add yours in a reply. Fun! ? I am 41 and I live in SF. So far my search has yielded 0, nothing, nada, zilch. It's been 1 year now and I've gotten close twice but it came down to money issues or personality issues. The dates can be very nice to really creepy (guys who use their hands a lot, ugh). The last sugar date I had was in September, so now I just listen to crickets, lol. What's up with you? Deliciously delightful, ;)
For the love of a Black woman Posted on Nov 29, 2011 at 02:04 PM
What's happening forum, No disrespect for all the potential Sugar Babies, :). We are all women first and we all have our own reasons for being here, which is cool. My emphasis is on the Black woman's situation. My opinion, simply put is that I don't think it even occurs to non-black men collectively to see a Black woman as a romantic option. Our (Black) men are expanding and living their higher selves as they enjoy a multitude of ethnicities for love and sexual experiences. I want to know what caviar tastes like too. Black women are stuck because a majority of men are too lazy and spoiled to open their minds to see Black women as special and interesting. I thought men loved challenges and unknown discoveries? No Mt. Everest outlook for us? We were degraded when we arrived to this country, and it is yet the same. We don't have to stand naked on the auction block, but mentally (externally), it's still the same. I'd hoped by having a Black President and family in the White House would heal some of the division in this country and open up new opportunities for us. It takes a lot to maintain pride about oneself if there is no encouragement. My inbox is still empty and I have a lot to offer. We are great women to know. I'll admit we can be highly sensitive, but that's because we've been through a lot. If you gain hers or any woman's trust, you will find a woman with humor, depth and loyalty. The sugar experience I've envisioned is one of walking into the unknown and anticipating an amazing intimate experience while learning and growing from something new. That is living to me. For those who can see and hear, open your mind and renew it. Deliciously intoxicating, ;)
Iso A Mature Man Posted on Nov 25, 2011 at 07:29 PM
Wow, I am ready to meet an adventurous man. I'm not bringing negative actions or words to you and I'm looking for the same in you! I am warm person who also has a great sense of humor. Please check out my profile and get with me! Let's get this party started. Deliciously yours. ;)
Sd Palm42.... Posted on Apr 28, 2011 at 04:20 PM
I hoped to get in touch but I'm stuck in Richmond. Do you blog or live chat? R
Prayer of a woman Posted on Apr 28, 2011 at 10:27 AM
I want a special male friend. One who is able to soften himself so he can enjoy it when he dips into my good stuff. That's my laughter, and my sense of style, my deep full kisses and my comforting arms and my loving nature. Lord, I want to love, not fight him. I want to talk to and understand him, not push him away. Build him up, and treat him as worthy. I'm asking for a MAN, Lord one I would love to smell and taste. I seek allure of a good man that creates the zest inside of me that craves his company. I also seek him, Lord for counsel and support. I'm asking, you, for someone to see me in the crowd and comes to take my hand. Although I've come this far, I now realize I need help to carry me to my dreams. I'm not White or Asian, but I like to be spoiled too. I'd like to commit/marry just like those ladies. Can he see my unique beauty and treat me as delicately? With my age comes lessons learned, the importance of humor and appreciation for others. Can we travel, Lord? Also fine dine and share exquisite sunsets? Dance on jazz laced, white sand beaches?  Make love camped out under a perfect moonlight sky? Afterwards, we cuddle and fall asleep listening to the night. Can I nuzzle under his shoulder and settle in with a sigh? I'm not as young as before, but my eyes are just as clear, and my face still brightens to a surprise. My lips, hips and breasts are still soft and firm. Thank you for that. Will he find my body pleasing? Will he look over at me in a room  and feel his heart constrict as waves of pleasure wash over him? Can we please enjoy our stares and deep kisses? I'd like to feel erotic currents shoot through my body as he touches me softly. I've never had this Lord, and I really desire to form this kind of man/woman bond. You gave us free will, so we can think for ourselves. He and I will  decide what we are to one another, not the world. I seek my king, my friend and my love... I've waited so long, please end this for me and bring me my greatest desire. Thank you for your love and guidance. In your holy name Lord, I pray, Amen.
I just read this on CL Posted on Mar 28, 2011 at 08:30 PM
Title:Seeking an interesting discussion with black women I came across a link to the Justice Department 2005 statistics (the latest year that these statistics are available) on crime that is broken down into different categories. The info it provides is both mind boggling AND an interesting topic of discussion. ......In Table 42, entitled "Personal crimes of violence, 2005, percent distribution of single-offender victimizations, based on race of victims, by type of crime and perceived race of offender," there were 111,590 white victims and 36,620 black victims of rape or sexual assault in 2005. In the 111,590 cases in which the victim of rape or sexual assault was white, 44.5 percent of the offenders were white, and 33.6 percent of the offe nders were black. In the 36,620 cases in which the victim of rape or sexual assault was black, 100 percent of the offenders were black, and 0.0 percent of the offenders were white. The table explains that 0.0 percent means that there were under 10 incidents nationally. I didnt post this out of any attempt to make black men look bad. What was startling was the fact that there are no white men (nor any other race of men) being reported as either raping or sexually assaulting black women. Asian and Hispanic women are victims of rapes by all races of men (according to the Justice Department statistics).< I recognize that no woman desires to be really raped by someone they dont want to be with. What I am curious about is how do black women feel about the fact that no other race of man wants to rape them? I know, that is a hell of a question to ask, lol. Sure, it's a good thing that black women dont have to worry about a significant portion of the male society raping them. However, is this lack of desire of non-black men to rape black women.....also indicative of how non-black men desire and value black women in general?
How long is too long to wait for a reply? Posted on Mar 28, 2011 at 03:39 PM
I met a Pot. last Thursday. The meeting seemed to go well, I asked when would I hear from him referring to the arrangement details he said "Soon". It's been 4 days. I think that's the limit. Do they take this long for other business transactions?