Canadian university students service debt through dating

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Student debt for post-secondary education is less of an issue for some genetically blessed students who are servicing their debt by servicing older “sugar daddies” or “sugar mommies.”

The fastest growing sugar baby universities, or schools that have shown an increase in students seeking these arrangements, have the University of Toronto, with campuses in Toronto, Mississauga, and Scarborough, at the top with 362 new sign-ups for a total of 1,170 students.

York University was right behind, with 229 increased sugar babies, for a total of 836 total members, while the University of Waterloo came out on third, with 204 new sign-ups for a total of 381 students engaged in these arrangements.

Overall, the sugar baby arrangements have also seen a 44 per cent rise from 2018, with students receiving a monthly allowance average of $2,925, amongst other benefits and networking opportunities.

There is little doubt that the rising costs of tuition are a burden on students. SeekingArrangement describes this same sentiment on their website.

“Students registered on SeekingArrangement get help paying for fees and even more benefits,” the website reads.

“Finding the right Sugar Daddy can help students gain access to the right network and opportunities. Student Sugar Babies in the Canada can get help paying for other university-related costs, such as books and housing.”

In any case few university students seriously date as they neither have the time or inclination to commit long-term. Hooking up is the norm and frankly, it might as well be hooking up with older men and women willing to help ease their student debt burden. Meanwhile these older owners of lonely hearts have something to look forward to. -CINEWS

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