Fliers soliciting 'sugar daddy' relationships from UNH students
DURHAM — Fliers advertising a site that pairs "sugar daddies" with "sugar babies" have been popping up at UNH.
The website listed on the flier - Sugardaddyforme.com - advertises "Affluent generous & caring" men who are "Looking for someone special to mentor, pamper & spoil," according to SeacaostOnline.
Durham Town Administrator Todd Selig said the fliers are not illegal however there are concerns about the sexual expectations generally associated with these relationships.
UNH SHARP director, Amy Culp warned that the contracts associated with sugar daddies can be hard to get out of and sometimes include sending nude photos that may be used as blackmail.