Attorneys say that more and more married and unmarried couples are signing relationship contracts that detail how often they will have sex. The so-called ‘lifestyle clauses’ can include how often the couple is intimate, how they spend their leisure time and spell out what defines cheating, among other things. [. . .]

Goodbye sugar daddy; hello ‘Splenda daddy’


Men who fund their younger girlfriends’ lifestyles are making LESS money than ever. According to SeekingArrangment.com, a site that pairs wealthy older men with younger women, the average sugar daddy salary dropped from $321,482 to $273,301 between 2007 and 2013. The site surveyed the number of users in major metropolitan areas to find the top 20 sugar daddy cities. Atlanta, with 5.98 per 1,000 men, unseated San Francisco to become the sugar daddy capital of America.[. . .]

Do Silicon Alley men have ‘Weird Science Syndrome?’

Self-described ‘love concierge’ Amy Andersen is revving up Silicon Valley’s dating scene by transforming her mega-successful bachelors from geek to chic. According to Vanity Fair, when the 36-year-old CEO of Linx Dating started ‘Cougar Night’ at the Rosewood Sand Hills Hotel, she took advantage of a gap in the market: Successful but socially awkward single men.[. . .]


Should ambitious women marry older men?

Often, stories about massive age gaps feature pictures of of Ronnie Wood or Hugh Hefner holding hands with women young enough to be their daughters. But I  was attracted to successful, charismatic, ambitious men whom I considered my peers and went through dozens of ‘Mr. Bigs’. The ones I would consider setting up home with often didn’t consider me wife material.The men I dated either became competitive professionally or expected me to have a more traditional, stay-at-home role.’[. . .]

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