Seeking advertises “mutually beneficial relationships” and has garnered national attention on the Dr. Drew shows, CNN Headline News, ABC’s 20/20, the CBS Morning Show and the Huffington Post for being used by college students to help pay for tuition.“In 2011, we saw an explosion in the number of college students seeking sugar daddies to help pay their college tuition,” Brandon Wade, founder and CEO of Seeking Arrangement.com, said in a press release.
“And that is why I will drop the dating thing completely.
Since the site’s inception in 2006, JCC has had 78, Spring Arbor 52 and Albion 23.
While it had no students signed up in 2011, Hillsdale College has had 11 overall.
Helping someone find his or her life's partner is one of the greatest acts of loving kindness we can perform.
In fact, our tradition tells us that the Holy One blessed be He is Himself a marriage broker!
And most couples continue a relationship only as long as both parties feel enough of a balance.