Simple concept: the very rich (men) meet up with the very beautiful (women) in a strangely refreshing web 2.0 version of sexual dynamics reality.
In other words, they’re accepting the natural order of sex and money/power.
What’s interesting is imagining the “upstanding” doctor’s wife who claims such a site is crude and reprehensible, when in fact she’d dump her husband in a second if he lost the ability to practice medicine (and hence draw a substantial income). Or even the woman’s husband who would find someone else nearly instantly if she ceased to be highly attractive.
It’s the same game played differently. In the “doctor’s wife” case it’s a matter of pretense. There’s theater at work, and those observing play along. With Sugardaddy.com you have the same exact dynamic but nobody is acting.
And yes, I still do believe in romance. It’s just that I choose not to ignore, or even downplay, the more unpleasant and base natural currents that live below it.: