Of course, she sleeps with some of them, too, although she insists that’s not what they pay for. “If somebody asks what I’m doing tonight, I just say I’m meeting a friend, or I’m meeting a guy,” admits the CUNY coed majoring in computer science. They hooked up for a few months before he began giving her gifts and cash which gave her the idea to pad her bank account by playing the field.
She says she keeps her extracurricular activities under wraps because she fears her working-class Queens family won’t understand. She recalls one CEO who took her for wine and lobster at The Palm before showing off his luxe Tribeca pad. “He just wanted to have dinner, some conversation and a little foreplay.” Another gave her 0 in cash when she was short money for school.
“You are helped financially in different ways: You go shopping, you go out to eat, you go to see plays, you have fun.We don’t use ‘sugar daddy’ or ‘sugar baby’ in our vocabulary.He calls me his girlfriend.” Phillips is one of an increasing number of college coeds looking for May-December romances through matchmaking sites like Seeking Arrangements.com, which hook up poor, pretty young things with rich, older men to cover their tuition and other expenses in exchange for companionship.According to the site, 285 New York University students and 100 Columbia University ivy leaguers joined last year.While the sugar daddy dating service insists the girls are not obligated to get busy with their benefactors, three Big Apple sugar babies confess that sex is often part of the package, but insist it’s on their own terms.