Let’s imagine this scenario. It’s your first sugar date, you meet a sugar daddy for a coffee or dinner. Someone accidentally stepped on his shoe. The person apologises right away, but you can see anger in his eyes as he snaps at that person right away. He’s clearly upset, and his bad mood begins to ruin your date. This is a general, universal and one of the most important relationship red flags to look out for in anyone since the beginning of a relationship. If little things like that make him so angry, how do you think your future relationship would look like?
Of course, it’s normal to share some of your past experiences with each other, but if he constantly ditches his ex, how do you think he will talk about you after the first disagreement? Even if he’s nice to you now, he won’t be able to keep it up for too long.
This is a red flag from the get go. Your safety has to be your first priority at all times, and meeting someone you don’t know yet at their home is waaay too soon.
I mean, you can’t potentially build a relationship and be happy with someone like that… Being part of the SugarDaters community is all about living the good life, and expressing what you’re feeling or thinking is an essential part of it.
There is no place for that in any relationship, and especially not in the Good Life Dating one. It’s all about being with someone that you have lots of fun with and who shares the same goals as you. There’s no way that you (or anyone) should be with someone who limits your freedom (unless it’s a part of your consensual sex fantasy, of course). But outside of your bedroom, nope!
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Is a sugar daddy you just met online asking for your contacts already in his first message? In that case, it’s a no-go. First, messaging on SugarDaters guarantees you safety, as we make sure none of your personal information is available to other members, and none of your photos can be tracked to your social media accounts. Second, can you really expect him to be generous with you, if he won’t pay for a premium membership to message you?