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Ever since then, I have a lot of people in my social network and friends who have sugar daddies, and they're pretty successful at it.
I felt like this was my last chance in my life to get a sugar daddy, and I decided to make a film about it.
HD: There is a fine line, and I think it exists in a grey zone.
There's a spectrum of sex work and sugar dating is on that spectrum. She definitely thought that I was not getting my money's worth and that people were taking more of time than she thought they deserved. I think people are really uncomfortable talking about it, about sex, sex work and about transactions in relationships. It's very polarizing and people are very opinionated on the subject.
They have a range of jobs, and a lot of them that I met were divorced, looking for an entrée into the dating world or a second wind at dating. HD: Many are looking to have that girlfriend experience. A lot of the men aren't looking for anything sexual, a lot of men looking for something where it eventually becomes a sexual relationship.In my experience, a lot of them are also just looking to talk and use you as a kind of therapist.MG: I think a lot of people would assume there is a fine line between sugar dating and sex work.That someone would give you rent money or a monthly allowance, or the most common is tuition payments.
It kind of feels like attempting to level the playing field. HD: They are a lot of different people, mostly wealthy, mostly men.With traditional sex work, you pay for an hour of someone's time and there's terms that are agreed upon. People would try to push your boundaries, take advantage and get more than agreed upon. There was some discomfort but we navigated every situation together. A lot of that comes from the fact that people don't have an outlet to talk about it.