IT has been branded "prostitution by the back door" and dropped by PayPal over its controversial sexual content, but the chief executive of a "sugar daddies" dating website which has recruited 450 Scots students in the past year has bizarrely defended the enterprise as a return to what he sees as "traditional" gender roles.
IT has been branded \"prostitution by the back door\" and dropped by PayPal over its controversial sexual content, but the chief executive of a \"sugar daddies\" dating website which has recruited 450 Scots students in the past year has bizarrely defended the enterprise as a return to what he sees as \"traditional\" gender roles.
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Critics say SeekingArrangement is close to prostitution, yet 450 Scots students are signed up Special report by Helen McArdle
Brandon Wade, the founder and chief executive of Las Vegas-based SeekingArrangement.com, said the website, which advertises men offering up to $20,000 a month (about £12,650) to women willing to be their "sugar baby", said he wanted to promote old-school dating values.
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