Sugar babies are natural targets for egg brokers, since many of them are young, well educated and physically attractive.
New York City, New York (PRWEB) October 29, 2012
Sugardaddie.com, the largest dating website for sugar daddies and sugar babies, has released poll data that found that 802.40 of 2,000 sugar babies are interested in donating their eggs to help pay for college tuition, credit card debt, and other expenses. Sugardaddie.com officials say that several accounts were removed earlier this week after being caught referring sugar baby members to egg donation agencies.
Sugardaddie.com founder and CEO Steve Pasternack commissioned the poll to determine whether the sugar daddy phenomenon - which has exploded since the economic meltdown - corresponds with the willingness of young women to donate their eggs to supplement their incomes.
"Sugar babies are natural targets for egg brokers, since many of them are young, well educated and physically attractive," says Mr. Pasternack.
The following data is based entirely on responses from 2,000 female members between the ages of 18 and 30 years old on Sugardaddie.com regarding their willingness to donate their eggs to help pay for college tuition and other expenses:
*40.12% or 802.40 of the 2,000 sugar babies polled say they are willing to donate their eggs but have never attempted to do so.
*4.24% or 44.80 of the 2,000 sugar babies polled say they have attempted to donate their eggs but were ultimately declined.
*2.32% or 46.4 of the 2,000 sugar babies polled say they have donated their eggs within the past 3 years.
Mr. Pasternack says that the poll findings will not effect the websites stance on forbidding the promotion of third party businesses on the site. "If a sugar baby is interested in becoming an egg donor, she can apply online at a wide variety of egg donation agencies," says Mr. Pasternack.
According to an egg donation website, an ideal egg donor is between 21 and 30 years old, intelligent, and height and weight proportionate. "Egg donors legally have absolutely no responsibility to the future welfare or support of any children who may be born from their donation," according to LovingDonations.com.
Sugardaddie.com says that the total number of sugar babies on the site has risen 305.60% since the economic meltdown in 2008, with the current number of registered sugar babies at nearly 3.5 million.
Launched in 2002, Sugardaddie.com is the original online meeting place for sugar daddies and sugar babies, and now boasts more than 3.9 million members worldwide. SugarDaddie.com has been featured by numerous media outlets including ABC Nightline, The Dr. Phil Show, The Huffington Post, and The New York Times.