In the darkened bar of a hotel in Kensington, London, scores of young women in short, tight dresses are huddled together, sipping white wine.Scattered among them are a few men, usually much, much older, in suits and ties. ’ purrs one girl in her early twenties with a voluptuous figure swathed in a red bandage frock.
If you are confused as to what 'mutually beneficial’ might mean, you need only spend a moment navigating the site to understand.
Here’s 'Gorgeous’: 23, blonde and indeed – judging by her photo – beautiful.
She’s from Britain, is expecting $5,000 to $10,000 (£3,250 to £6,500) monthly from a 'sugar daddy’.
'Sugar Baby’, 25, is setting the bar even higher with negotiations opening at $10,000 to $20,000 (£6,500 to £13,000) a month.
With a couple of clicks you can inspect the 'sugar daddies’.
There’s 'Rico’ based in Lucerne, photographed on a tropical beach in sunglasses and tagged 'I have an interesting life’.
He’s 52, his body type is 'average’, his 'net worth’ is 0,001 to million (£485,000 to £650,000).
Or what about 'The Perpetual Partier’, 57, from Florida, who, while not exactly George Clooney, earns more than million (£650,000) a year and is prepared to bestow ,000 to ,000 (£6,500 to £13,000) a month on his 'sugar baby’?
Similar sites to Seeking Arrangement launch every month. These sites offer a marketplace where older, rich men and younger, pretty women engage in brutally brazen transactions.