Why is “sugar daddy” funded education being sold as empowering to women?

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Matching “sugar daddies” or “sugar mummies” with “sugar babies” is the subject of a fascinating opinion piece by author and columnist Kasey Edwards who has written about new dating website SeekingArrangement.com.

It’s the world's largest sugar daddy website that matches wealthy benefactors seeking "mutually beneficial relationships" with students who are signing up in search of a sponsor to foot the bill for tertiary education, according to the Sydney Morning Herald.

But does it ultimately empower women or is it a cynical abuse of male power with untold repercussions for women later in their careers?

Click here for Kasey Edward’s opinion piece at the Sydney Morning Herald

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