NYU Sugar Babies Somehow Still in Healthier Relationships Than You
As the biting wind and bone-aching chill of mid-January continues to relentlessly taunt the average NYU student, embittered residents of the university do have something to look forward to that might just thaw the deformed husks that their hearts have become: Valentine’s Day. This holiday is fast approaching and what better time than to examine the blooming romance at NYU? As part of an effort to investigate relationships of all kind, The Black Sheep hit the streets to interview those involved in one of the most prevalent relationships at NYU: sugar babies and sugar daddies.
“People always misunderstand the type of relationship we have. I help her out with her loans and she spends time with me. What is so bad about that? It’s a simple exchange of finances for personal services, just like any other healthy relationship.” – Timothy James Trout, NYU Stern 1968 alum
“I guess it does get tough sometimes with all the judgement from everyone else, but at the end of the day, we know that we love each other, and that’s all that matters.” – Catherine Zeta-Jones
While these relationships might seem odd to some, we all have our reasons for being with someone. To quote Mark Twain, “age is an issue of mind over matter. If you don’t mind, it doesn’t matter.” Love is but an unburdening of our souls, our deepest desires, our hopes and fears and regrets and, if it’s true enough, our pants. So remember everyone, love, unlike our credit cards, is limitless.