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Thus, three days later, I am pretending to negotiate with Potential Daddy No. He’s looking for a friend, someone he can trust, someone who is younger and hotter than he—and his wife. He just wants to replace his last beloved sugar baby, who, he claims, slept with him four to eight times a week for 0 a pop, which would technically a professional make, but like my first date, he isn’t here to quibble over semantics.
Sugardaddie.com, “Where the classy, attractive and affluent can meet,” has 200,000.
“These websites make it very efficient,” says historian Ruth Rosen, the author of a book on prostitution.
Even Rosen, after asking me how much I’m “worth,” exclaims, “That’s a lot!
by Dirck van Baburen, most likely belonged to Vermeer's mother-in-law, Maria Thins, who had patrician connections in Delft and a discreet art collection of the Utrecht Caravaggists.
However, modern critics who weigh the serene atmosphere of Vermeer's composition, see Van Baburen's work more likely an admonition rather than than an invitation to avoid sensual excesess.