There are many reasons why married men become sugar daddies. Some do it to save their marriage, others do it because they shouldn’t be married, while others are swingers or are in an open marriages.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) December 03, 2011
This week, Atlanta Fox 5 reporter Dale Russell broke the story about Herman Cain’s alleged 13-year affair with Ginger White. According to the report, Ginger White explained the relationship, saying “[Herman Cain] made it very intriguing. It was fun, it was something that took me away from my humdrum life at that time and it was exciting.” The report continued by explaining that “during the 13 years, he would fly her to cities where he was speaking and lavish her with gifts.” Herman Cain, himself acknowledged this past Thursday that he repeatedly gave Ginger White money to help her with “month-to-month bills and expenses.”
So, how does one classify Herman Cain’s relationship with Ginger White?
Brandon Wade, founder & CEO of SeekingArrangement.com, the leading sugar daddy dating website, announced today that the relationship described by Ginger White and Herman Cain is typical of the types of mutually beneficial arrangements formed by Sugar Daddy and Sugar Baby members of his website.
“If media coverage of their relationship is accurate, that would make Herman Cain a married Sugar Daddy, and Ginger White a Sugar Baby,” says Wade, who is also the author of The Definitive Guide to Sugar Daddy and Mutually Beneficial Relationships. “A Sugar Daddy is a successful and wealthy man who is willing to pamper and offer financial help or gifts to a Sugar Baby in return for friendship and companionship.”
SeekingArrangement.com currently boasts almost 1 million members worldwide, with over 10 Sugar Baby members for every Sugar Daddy member. Approximately 40% of its Sugar Daddy members are married. A recent survey conducted by the website shows that approximately 75% of all sugar daddy and sugar baby relationships involve physical intimacy, while 25% of such relationships do not involve sex.
So is it ethically wrong to be a married sugar daddy?
“There are many reasons why married men become sugar daddies. Some do it to save their marriage, others do it because they shouldn’t be married, while others are swingers or are in an open marriages,” says Wade, an MIT alumni who was recently named Mr. Sugar Daddy by the Wall Street Journal. “Infidelity is dishonesty. Adultery is wrong because when you make a lifelong agreement, you are expected to keep it. When you feel the need to cheat, then you shouldn’t be married. It’s time to get a divorce.”
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For more information about Brandon Wade or to request an interview, please visit AskBrandonWade.com, or contact Brittany Sykes at bsykes (at) lcoonline.com or call (310) 300-0950 ext. 311.
About Brandon Wade
Brandon Wade is a leading online dating expert, author and serial online dating entrepreneur. He is the author of “Seeking Arrangement: The definitive guide to Sugar Daddy and Mutually Beneficial Relationships” and “Connecting with the In-Crowd: How to Network, Hang Out and Play with Millionaires Online”. He is also the Founder of a number of successful online dating websites including, SeekingArrangement.com – the leading dating service for sugar daddies and sugar babies seeking mutually beneficial arrangements, SeekingMillionaire.com – the premier matchmaking site for millionaires, and WhatsYourPrice.com – an innovative new online dating marketplace service where generous and attractive singles may buy or sell first dates. Originally from Singapore, Wade moved to the United States to study at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he graduated with a Bachelor’s and a Masters of Business Administration degree.
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