To the sugar baby/sugar daddy experts at EarnTheNecklace.com, these study results confirm what we have long known to be true. While some women intentionally seek out a much older man to date, there’s more to a successful relationship than any one issue.
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New York, NY (PRWEB) June 15, 2013
EarnTheNecklace.com, a revealing and engaging web site with articles written by women who exchange their stories and confessions about being in a relationship with a much older man, is releasing its expert opinion on a survey purportedly showing that women seek out sugar daddies to replace biological fathers who were absent or inattentive during their adolescence.
The recent survey found that 62% of sugar baby respondents said their biological fathers were absent during their childhood. Of those sugar babies that had absent fathers, 98% said they were looking for a sugar daddy to provide them with affection, support, protection, and financial well-being. (Source: sugardaddyforme.com, “Women seek sugar daddy to replace absent dad, according to online Father’s Day survey,” June 10, 2013; http://www.sugardaddyforme.com/index.php?page=view_release&release=dadrelationship.)
On top of that, 58% of sugar babies with absent fathers say they prefer dating men at least 20 years older than they are. More than half (51%) of sugar babies who grew up with inattentive fathers confirm that they, too, like to date men at least 20 years older. (Source: Ibid.)
“To the sugar baby/sugar daddy experts at EarnTheNecklace.com, these study results confirm what we have long known to be true. While some women intentionally seek out a much older man to date, there’s more to a successful relationship than any one issue,” says Bianca-Marie Coventry, the site's content manager. “First of all, it’s impossible to be in a relationship that doesn’t involve some sort of subconscious family dynamic. Some are just more explicit than others.”
“Secondly, as this survey illustrates, being with a much older man is just one aspect of a loving relationship," Coventry adds. "Only nine percent said they either ‘always’ or ‘often’ recognize their father’s characteristics in their sugar daddies, as opposed to 68% who say they ‘rarely’ or ‘never’ recognize their father’s characteristics.”
“Far from showing that women seek out sugar daddies to replace their absent or inattentive fathers, this survey shows that these sugar babies seek out loving older men to provide them with the same emotional, physical, and financial support we all look for in a partner,” Coventry observes. “For some women, whether they had absent fathers or not, older is better. And at EarnTheNecklace.com, we are relieved to see that sugar daddy/sugar baby relationships are more acceptable. That women and men are no longer being held back by social constraints; that they are free to be with whomever they chose.”
To learn more about Earn the Necklace, visit the web site at http://www.EarnTheNecklace.com. The site wants to hear from women dating or married to men 20 years or more their senior. And if it’s a story they publish, they’ll pay $500.00, with an opportunity to write more.
About the Web Site: Earn The Necklace (EarnTheNecklace.com) is a web site featuring stories written by women in relationships with much older men and that want to help other women in the same situation. The site helps women in this position understand and navigate the potential ups, downs, joys, trials, and even unforeseen consequences, all based on real-life stories from women who have been in the same situation. Plus, the web site offers other celebrity gossip and juicy stories, all geared to those who are in a relationship with a much older man.