Best Sugar Dating Sites

We looked at the best sugar dating websites and gave you an overview of the best places where you can meet a sugar daddy or sugar baby.

If you’re a rich man who likes to pamper the women he’s dating, then you’re probably looking for an app for sugar daddies. In this article we did a lot of research to find the best sugar baby sites that give you the most for your buck and that’s your buck.


SugarDaddyMeet is a sugar daddy website linked to internet dating sites serving millions of people with different interests.

SDM specializes in finding matching Sugar Daddy babies and filters your search for the right partner. Whether you’re looking for an arrangement with a respectable, wealthy older man interested in meeting beautiful young women, sugar dating is exactly what you want. 


Sugardaddie claims to be the best dating site for sugar daddy and baby matching, citing his big profile mentions on Fox News, CNN, Dr. Phil and the BBC.

If this is the Sugar Daddy dating site you want to try, you’ll need to invest some time in hundreds of profiles to find the most intriguing Sugar Babies. If you make it through the verification process, you will find that there is no shortage of incredible women who want to meet wealthy men. 

SecretBenefits is yet another website that connects sugar daddies seeking sugar babies. If you’re tired of typical dating apps and just want something fast and simple, then this one is for you. When we signed up to test it, we found hundreds of women online in our area, and most of them were down to chat right away. This app hasn’t been around as long as some of the others, but we think it’s starting to become the best, if it’s not already there.

Ashley Madison

Ashley Madison is the best sugar daddy dating site when you’re married. If you’re engaged and itching to have an affair with your wife, try Ashley Madison as a concierge for adultery.

Why Use Sugar Dating Sites

Sugar dating is promoted for people who want to connect in a beneficial and good relationship. Those who want to offer sugar babies, sugar dads and sugar mums a beneficial relationship. 

Whether sugar daddy or sugar baby, the first meeting is highly coveted in public. There is no sugar money on sugar daddy’s websites, and the words “arrangement” and “spoiled” underscore the transactional nature of the relationship.

The prices for joining these sites are not always clear, but for those looking for an account, most offer a free login for babies and charge a fee for daddies.

The average sugar daddy spent $57.10 a month on sugar dating sites. Whatever your price on the best sugar daddy sites for men looking for casual dates.

Many young men and women have embraced the idea of making arrangements that can be described as beneficial to both parties. Sugar Daddies and Sugar Baby Dynamics have become increasingly popular with the rise of online dating and sugar dating sites.

Total Transformation for former Porn Star Erin Moore

I started in the porn industry back in 2003 when I was 19. It started with me doing a little nude modeling here and there, then it progressed into internet work and then I met an “agent”. It all went downhill from there. The money was great for a 19 year old! But I didn’t enjoy being on set and feeling degraded.

I loved the attention from everyone but now that I look back, that’s not the kind of attention I deserved. But, I was young, naive, motivated by the money and the “fame”. It was easy for an agent to take advantage of me, and many did.

Over the course of my porn career I have been belittled and treated like a piece of trash more than I could have ever imagined in a lifetime I would. I wasn’t a woman in any of these directors eyes, I was nothing to them. The male talent at times were nice, but sometimes, they were horrible. I’ve had men choke me, slap me, thrust me so hard until I couldn’t walk and this would happen even after I would tell them to stop. They have no respect for women.

There were always drugs and we would binge on Ecstasy, Cocaine, Marijuana, Valium, Vicodin and alcohol. I thank God I am even still here! I also did “escorting” in the porn industry for agencies where we were sent to Las Vegas to do “privates”. I also know agents who lie to the girls and tell them they are shooting a scene when instead they set up prostitution acts for them.

I have cried and screamed and almost lost it at times because of this horrible industry. I have now been on Lexapro since January because I dropped to 85 lbs and it was from all the stress and anxiety from this business. I am now back up to 103 lbs and feeling better, but it’s going to be a long time until I fully recover. It sucks you in and is hard to get out, but once you do it… it’s the greatest feeling ever. Although it’s an extremely difficult and uphill battle, I know I’ll be okay. The industry is infected with drugs and disease. I have had multiple tests come back positive for Chlamydia and gonorrhea. My so-called friends and ex introduced me to a variety of drugs and we were on a 6 month binge. All my money went to partying and my car got repoed, I got evicted, had run-ins with the police, almost lost my contract and lost touch with my family. I almost always had to be “messed up” on set to get through it. I look back and it makes me sick because that is not the person my dad raised me to be.

I am so grateful for my son because I got pregnant and that’s what made me stop partying! I was in a relationship with a Kris Slater who is also in the industry and I thought everything was great until he started getting really controlling and abusing me. He would choke me, throw me around and verbally abuse me. I thought things would get better but it continued for 3 years. I had him arrested twice and the second time, this last February was the last time I was ever going to let him do that again. He threw chairs at our son and I was not going to let anything happen to him. There is now a restraining order and I have temporary full custody and am going to fight until the end for my son to have a loving and peaceful upbringing.

My worst scene I have ever been through was the one I did when I was pregnant. That is going to be the hardest thing for me to get over. It makes me so mad that the father of my baby and ex Kris Slater would even support that and let me do it. He should have been a man and helped out!

Although, I’m very angry and hurt, I am finally learning to love again and let someone into my life after being numb for so long. When I was shooting I was blocking all emotion and it was effecting my personal relationships with everyone. I had no “real” sex life and was showed no affection because I was used to doing the motions of something fake.

I don’t know how I got to the point of doing porn. I was a bright girl growing up. I joined the military at 17 (got out on a medical discharge) went on to attend college and had high expectations for myself. It’s never too late to do that stuff and change my life around and now is the time. I have to be a great mother for my son and be a good influence to him. I want him to look up to me and be proud. I am so grateful for Shelley and the Pink Cross Foundation for reaching out to me and helping me better myself. Shelley has been reaching out to me and giving me hope for some time now and I’m now strong enough to stand up and say, “I’m done with this horrible industry!” Thank you Shelley and the Pink Cross Foundation for loving me and seeing me as the great woman I am.


formerly porn star Erin Moore

VJ Soporno Shares his Story of Hope to Start a new life

     I was always the type to need to be center of attention. If I wasn’t the center of attention, I felt like the outcast. It’s usually either one or the other, no middle ground for people like us. Furthermore, no amount of attention (with the exception of from the occasional stalker which was too much attention) was really satisfying. I’m currently finding out that it’s not necessarily “human” attention I’ve been looking for – even though that’s where I obsessively look for it.

     Despite having a master’s degree in a respectable field and what many view as a successful mainstream music career, I always felt that something was missing. I remember walking down the carpet at the Grammy awards, and still feel depressed because the cameras would rather focus on Slipknot/Christina Aguilera/whoever would be more important and successful within a five person radius of me. A general sense of gratitude does not come easy for us sex industry addicts. I could release a new music single on the internet and monitor a few hits, BUT if I took my clothes off on a webcam I’d get 7,000 hits in hours – that’s attention (albeit attention from people that were just as sick as I was if not more). However, even in the webcam situation I’d feel depressed when I noticed another fellow sick person received 50,000 hits vs. 7,000!

     I was exposed to pornography at a very young age, perhaps four or five years old. Back then sneaking playboys into the closet with a flashlight with my little friends was just something fun and naughty to do. Little did I know that I set out to make porn stars my childhood heroes alongside the rock stars. At a young age my pornography and masturbation addiction was in full force. Of course it was exciting at first, but as so many of know too well the addiction turned into sexual maintenance rather than acts of excitement. I even worked at a “strip club” once just to hang out with strippers in which I was to masturbate behind a window for customers. Thankfully, nobody ever requested me to “perform,” so that gig didn’t last long. As I got older and more established in my music career I started contacting famous porn stars on the internet by writing them songs for their sites or just for flattery. A couple of Vivid Girls were very friendly and one eventually hooked me up with who was at the time the 1 porn director in the industry (yes you’ve seen him on Howard Stern several times over) to write music. Ironically, today this director is one of my closest friends and asks me for help to get him out of the business. I started off writing music for the movies, but of course with my existing porn and masturbation addiction and my sense of dissatisfaction with musical attention, my involvement turned into performing in the movies at various levels.

     This got me the attention I thought I wanted for a while – AVN award nominations, the company of hot girls with no self-esteem, a steady article in a major adult magazine.  Why was I still so depressed then? It was apparent that I was even more dissatisfied than I was before entering the adult entertainment industry. Whatever money I made went to drugs and alcohol to try to stabilize my misery. No matter what a guy says about adult entertainment work, sex with hot girls or not, each act that compromises your instinct to want good character and integrity drives your self-esteem further to the ground. But yet I couldn’t quit. I used excuses like “The publicity will help my music career” or “I’m not good for anything else anyway.” The only word that can describe the situation is INSANITY. Later I learned I was just spiritually ill.

     I tried to quit the industry several times. I took a respectable day-job as an executive analyst, and made good money. I spent it all on booze and drugs, and spent hours masturbating to porn. I was lonely, discontent, irritable, and becoming more selfish and dishonest as the days went by. After only a few months I flew back to Los Angeles to do porn once again. Where was the memory of the misery? Did I think that it would be different this time? All the “friends” I had made in the industry either committed suicide or were drowning themselves in drugs and alcohol.  The need for attention/fame was so bad that I threw my job away and went to live in poverty in a dangerous apartment complex in Van Nuys with my friend whose porn career was taking a nose dive (and so was he – into rails of crystal meth as a method to deal with his stripped fame). Every day we ran for our lives from crack heads, pimps and gang members – a far cry from my executive analyst or musician life – but yet I did what I had to do because I was ADDICTED TO ADULT ENTERTAINMENT!

     I managed to get out with my life once again. I recovered from alcoholism and drug addiction, but could not shake my porn involvement. I destroyed relationships, aroused jealousy, and lost the ability to look myself in the mirror – all because I couldn’t quit pornography; both doing it and watching it. I knew I needed help. I prayed for liberation. I tried a couple of twelve step programs and would be able to gain 3 months at a maximum of “sexual sobriety,” but couldn’t make any lasting attempt. Finally, after some web searching I fatefully stumbled upon Shelley Lubben on MySpace. I had never met anyone who had RECOVERED from the industry before. Up until that day I had only met people who could stay away from porn or dancing for periods of time, but always slid back in. I don’t know how much time has passed since I’ve been free from the industry, probably not a lot, but I do know that thanks to my friend Shelley and a couple of other great people I share recovery with, we are able to stay free on a day to day basis based on Spiritual Principles! Yes, God. I personally went with Christ because that’s how Shelley does it. I will emulate whatever works because there’s nothing more important to me than my freedom from porn. I admit that I had to gain some humility to accept Christ because I was quite anti-Christian in the past. But that humility I gain is indispensable, and I am ever grateful for it. Since day one of acceptance, people having been coming into my life either giving help or asking for it with regards to our specific problem! I know the word “miracle” is a bit cliché, but I can’t deny that my recovery is happening on what feels to be on some Fantastic/Supernatural level. I pray every day for this freedom to last, for I don’t know if I will survive another lapse into adult entertainment. I also pray to be able to help those others that want out of this hamster wheel of misery, because nobody has to live the way we did. There is a solution. That solution is finding freedom and forgiveness in Jesus Christ.
Shelley: I met VJ Soporno in 2006 who has become a precious friend of mine. He has been very kind to help me understand what male porn stars go through.

Shelley: VJ, can you write me back with some of the pressures the porn industry put you under as a male actor?

VJ Soporno: From what I haven’t conveniently repressed ;), the pressure to look good is the obvious one. The pressure to not piss off the girls is huge. If a girl gets mad at you you’re not going to be getting much work (which from what I remember many are in a bad mood to begin with). Many gigs that guys got were at the request of the girl on which guy she’s willing to work with.
Performance anxiety is the BIG one. Nobody wants to wait around for you to get an erection, and if you’re having trouble the thought of holding up production makes it even more difficult. Then of course once you do have it up, keeping it up is another pressure. Then of course there’s the pressure of finishing when told to. It’s detrimental to a guy’s self-esteem or notions of “being a man” when we fail at any of the above.

Shelley: I wanted to know how Viagra, the blue little pills, fits into this? Did you or other male porn stars have to use them in order to deal with the pressure or to perform?

VJ Soporno: We did. There was always a girl on the set (usually the older ‘motherly’ types – you know the type) that had Viagra in her purse if things got too stressful.  Viagra is not a cure all for performance though – since most of the problem is mental.

*Please pray for VJ Soporno as he continues in his recovery from porn.