I had a couple more thoughts after writing this post.
First, I realize that in one little phrase – “if we hit it off” – I skipped over a giant portion of the process of reaching a mutually beneficial arrangement. In fact, I hit it off with very few of the women with whom I met. Sometimes, this was because I revealed myself not to be interested in showering the women with gifts and money; in others, it was because there simply wasn’t chemistry; often, it was both. One woman I remember particularly clearly seemed incredibly promising – we totally hit it off, riding around in a cab for an hour or so after our first date and fooling around prodigiously as we drove. But she was unmoveable off her high price tag, and I was uninterested. She then turned on me and started sending quite hostile messages, about how I was looking for the wrong thing on the wrong web site, etc. Eventually, I had to block her, because she honestly was harassing me.
And/but she wasn’t entirely wrong: I was looking for women who were looking for more than just money. And that was a rare, but not unknown, quantity.
And second, I left out a fair amount of thought about the women’s experience. In a post to come, I’ll delve into that. And talk a bit about a funny exchange I had with a woman friend of mine.
Her response to that post?
“Your seeking arrangement post made me laugh.”
I asked why.
“My friend is on that site and I had a threesome with her and her sugar daddy a while back.”
So I’ll tell you a bit more, both about my thoughts, and about her experience, and about my reaction to her experience, in the coming days.