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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

San Francisco Is Full of Sugar Daddies

Posted By on Wed, Mar 28, 2012 at 8:36 AM

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As a city full of sluts, it only makes sense that San Francisco would also be teeming with sugar daddies.

We all know how San Francisco strives to be no. 1 in the nation, especially when it comes to sex, gays, and the environment. So locals will be pleasantly surprised to learn that San Francisco has grabbed the top title once again, but this time as the city with the most sugar daddies.

According to, San Francisco is the capital of lonely rich men looking for PYTs -- by far. Brandon Wade, CEO of the SeekingArrangement, a sugar daddy dating site, tells us that the reasons are obvious: San Francisco techies are the new sugar daddy, with a net worth of nearly $5 million.

You know what that means? You don't really have to worry about making rent on your own.

Wade says he was rather surprised to learn that San Francisco ranked so high, but once he stopped to think about his life here in the Bay Area, he realized that there was an oversaturation of bored men with too much money and nobody to spend it on.


But just because San Francisco is ripe with horny, rich men, that doesn't mean they are willing to spend their millions on you. According to Wade, San Francisco sugar daddies are far less generous with their sugar baby budgets, ranking no. 29 on the list.

While sugar babies in Los Angeles will get a monthly allowance of $5,710, S.F. sugar daddies are only setting aside $3,765 a month to sugar their baby.

In other words, the sex is better in L.A.?

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Erin Sherbert

Erin Sherbert

Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.


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