The Rise of the sugar daddy/sugar baby phenomenon. In this episode of Holistic Health News, we investigate the rise of the sugar baby/sugar daddy phenomenon. We discuss how it works, how up to 10-15% of college co-eds engage in it, and the certain intergender dynamics that make this phenomenon so prevalent now.
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