A little while ago, I wrote a piece for the New Statesman, summarising the hypocrisy of the Daily Mail – or, more specifically (as that really doesn’t narrow things down any), how the Daily Mail campaigned against pornography and the moral degradation of the youth of today while running 29 articles promoting a suite of online escort agencies. If you haven’t read it yet, you should, it was decent.
Still, that was 2012 – crazy, heady, anything-goes days. It’s like a whole other world. There’s no way the Daily Mail, in 2013, would do anything as hypocritical and sleazy as that again.
Number of female students seeking sugar daddies to pay college tuition doubles in just one year – and Georgia State University is leading the pack
Nearly three thousand U.S. college students went online in the search for a ‘sugar daddy’ to fund their education last year.
Georgia State University and New york University were the top two schools for female students to seek out men willing to fund their tuition, with Pennsylvania’s Temple University following closely behind for third place.
According to the website SeekingArrangement.com, 2012 saw a 58per cent growth in female students signing up to be ‘sugar babies,’ which the site describes as ‘attractive, intelligent, ambitious and goal oriented’ women seeking ‘financial pampering.
Or maybe they would.