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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon6/22/11 5:53 PM 
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     Stare decisis becomes a tool for evil once activist judges make new law and then apply the new law to stare decisis for future judgments. They use stare decisis to overturn founder's intent, where what they should do is allow the legislature to attempt to pass new law if they really had a case.

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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon6/26/11 6:43 AM 
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June 26, 2011,

     “We made a powerful statement,” Cuomo said."

     You got that right. You sent a powerful statement to God. I wonder what His reply is going to be?

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Same-Gender Marriage Law Passed In NYS

After days of contentious negotiations and last-minute reversals by two Republican senators, New York became the sixth and largest state in the country to legalize same-gender marriage.

Pending any court challenges, legal same-gender marriages can begin in New York by late July after Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed his bill into law just before midnight Friday.

New York becomes the sixth state where same-gender couples can wed, doubling the number of Americans living in a state with legal same-gender marriage.

“We made a powerful statement,” Cuomo said.  “This state is at its finest when it is a beacon of social justice.”

The leading opponent, Democratic Sen. Ruben Diaz, was given only a few minutes to state his case during the Senate debate.

“God, not Albany, settled the issue of marriage a long time ago,” said Diaz, a Bronx minister. “I’m sorry you are trying to take away my right to speak,” he said. “Why are you ashamed of what I have to say?”

The Catholic Bishops of New York said the law alters “radically and forever humanity’s historic understanding of marriage.”

Legal challenges of the law and political challenges aimed at the four Republicans who supported gay marriage in the 33-29 vote are expected. GOP senators endured several marathon sessions, combing through several standard but complex bills this week, before taking up the same-gender marriage bill Friday.

The bill came to the floor for a vote after an agreement was reached on more protections for religious groups that oppose same-gender marriage and feared discrimination lawsuits.

“State legislators should not decide society-shaping issues,” said the Rev. Jason McGuire of New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms. He said his organization would work in next year’s elections to defeat lawmakers who voted for the measure.

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon7/6/11 6:48 AM 
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July 6, 2011

http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=319225#ixzz1RJwn19i4

California lawmakers demand schools push homosexuality

Plan requires 'particular emphasis on role in contemporary society'



California state lawmaker Mark Leno

A bill devised by a homosexual California lawmaker, Mark Leno, requiring schools to promote homosexuality and other alternative sexual lifestyles to children without parental permission or even knowledge has been approved by the legislature and is on its way to Gov. Jerry Brown.

Critics say the vote to approve SB48 could create a vast new opportunity for indoctrinating children into such roles.

"May this brash attack upon children's innocence finally motivate parents to remove their children from the government school system, and get them into the safe havens of church schooling and homeschooling," said Randy Thomasson, president of SaveCalifornia.com, a leading statewide pro-family organization promoting moral virtues for the common good.

Thomasson outlined how the new law effectively will require textbooks and instructional materials to positively promote "lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans" as role models. It also will provide for teaching children as young as 6 years old to admire homosexuality, same-sex "marriages," bisexuality and cross-dressing, as well as "sex change" medical operations.

Thomasson's analysis says, "Children will be taught to support the political activism of 'Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Intersex and Questioning' (LGBTIQ) political groups, as the bill requires 'particular emphasis on portraying the role of these groups in contemporary society.'"

Teachers also will be required to portray homosexuality positively, "because to be silent can bring the charge of 'reflecting adversely' or 'promoting a discriminatory bias.'" School boards will have to adopt textbooks and other materials based on their positive advocacy for homosexuality and parents – because the teachings are a part of the state's core curriculum – will be neither notified nor given the option of withdrawing their children from the teachings, he said.

The vote in the Democrat-controlled Assembly was 49-25, with Democrats endorsing the idea and Republicans opposing it. It passed the state Senate several weeks earlier.

"This sexual brainwashing bill would mandate that children as young as 6 years old be told falsehoods – that homosexuality is biological, when it isn't, or health, when it's not," he said.

"Parents don't send their sons and daughters to school to learn to admire homosexuality, bisexuality, cross-dressing, 'sex change' operations, homosexual 'marriages,' or to support legal persecution of people who disagree," Thomasson said. "There's already a raft of school sexual indoctrination laws on the books. Impressionable children are already being sexual indoctrinated, but SB48 would be the most in-your-face brainwashing yet. We urge Gov. Brown to respect parents, remember basic academics, and basic family values, and veto this bad bill when it reaches his desk."

Thomasson explained that SB48 can be interpreted to make it illegal for teachers to tell students negative effects of homosexuality, such as that male homosexuality is the largest transmitter of HIV, along with higher cancer rates and earlier deaths.

He said California government schools no longer are morally safe for impressionable children.

"Because of the raft of sexual indoctrination laws already in force, which promote homosexuality, bisexuality, and transsexuality under the guise of 'discrimination' and 'harassment,' the social engineers are already having their way with more than six million boys and girls, with or without SB48," Thomasson said. "That's why we strongly urge loving parents to rescue their children by permanently removing them from government schools and placing them in the safe havens of church schools or homeschooling."

His organization runs the Not Born this way website, which documents facts about homosexuality, as well as RescueYourChild.com, which advocates for parents to withdraw their children from public schools in favor of homeschooling, religious school or other private instruction.

The bill is sponsored by state Sen. Mark Leno, who boasts on his website of founding a business with his "life partner, Douglas Jackson," who later died of AIDS complications.

"S.B. 48 is intolerant. It would force – much more than recommend – all local school boards, public school teachers, and history textbooks to teach children as young as kindergarten to admire 'lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans' as their personal role models," Thomasson wroter earlier about the plan.

"Fathers and mothers who love their children and want moral values for their children cannot trust Democrat legislators, homosexuals or teacher unions, all of which conspired to pu
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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon7/15/11 9:05 AM 
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July 15, 2011

     "The provision on inclusion in textbooks could reach beyond California, too, as many book publishers tailor their texts to California's standards because of the state's large population."

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/07/14/BAL61KAHVQ.DTL#ixzz1SB7n59Zi

New state law requires LGBT history in textbooks

Public schools in California will be required to teach students about the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans starting Jan. 1 after Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday signed a controversial bill to add the topic to the social sciences curriculum.

Textbooks now must include information on the role of LGBT Americans, as well as Americans with disabilities, though California's budget crisis has delayed the purchasing of new books until at least 2015.

"History should be honest," Brown, a Democrat, said in a statement. "This bill revises existing laws that prohibit discrimination in education and ensures that the important contributions of Americans from all backgrounds and walks of life are included in our history books."

The governor called the legislation, SB48, introduced by Sen. Mark Leno, D-San Francisco, "historic."

The law - the first of its kind in the nation - adds the two groups to an existing list of minority and other groups that are required to be part of the social sciences curriculum.

Safer schools

Gay rights supporters heralded Brown's action as a major victory. They said the law will help make public schools a safer place for LGBT students as well as give those students, and their classmates, examples of accomplished and important LGBT people.

Throughout the debate on the measure, backers noted the recent spate of suicides among young LGBT people and said it would help to combat bullying that typically occurs beforehand.

Opponents, however, fiercely opposed the measure, citing religious objections to homosexuality and questioning whether such instruction is necessary. They expressed dismay with Brown's signing of the bill.

"If children in other countries are learning math and science, and American children are learning about the private lives of historical figures, how will our students compete for jobs in the global economy?" said Sen. Sharon Runner, R-Lancaster (Los Angeles County), the vice chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Education.

Beyond California

The provision on inclusion in textbooks could reach beyond California, too, as many book publishers tailor their texts to California's standards because of the state's large population. The bill does not prescribe how schools will teach the subject, and Leno said that decision will be made by local school officials and teachers.

"What the bill calls for is for the contributions of LGBT people to be included," Leno said, adding, "We wrote it broadly for a reason. We would be subject to more criticism than we've already been getting if we were more dictatorial."

Leno said the mandates apply broadly, though, telling reporters it would affect kindergarten through high school curriculum, "and, of course, in an age-appropriate way."

Gay rights advocates said they will be vigilant about making sure schools across California comply.

Carolyn Laub, the founder and executive director of the Gay-Straight Alliance Network, which works to establish gay-straight clubs in schools, said such clubs exist in 55 percent of California's high schools.

"We'll certainly be letting all of our constituents know about this bill, and when it goes into effect I can assure you there will be thousands of students" watching to see how it is implemented, she said.

Proponents have cited slain San Francisco Supervisor Harvey Milk as a person with historical significance, along with events such as the Stonewall Riots in New York City that helped launch the LGBT rights movement as examples of topics that could be taught.

Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson, a Democrat, praised Brown's move, saying, "Our history is more complete when we recognize the contributions of people from all backgrounds and walks of life."

Cutting into class time

Still, opponents questioned the effect the bill would have and the need for explicit instruction for all students about a relatively small group.

The bill "does absolutely nothing to reduce bullying, improve the poor state of our education system, ensure students graduate or prepare them for global competitiveness," said Paulo Sibaja, legislative director of the Capitol Resource Institute, a socially conservative organization in Sacramento. "Instead it diverts precious classroom time away from science, math, reading and writing, and focuses on the agenda of a small group of people."

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon8/31/11 9:29 AM 
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August 31, 2011

Whilst it is expected that citizens pay their income taxes, permissiveness in this arena would not acceptable within God's Noachide Contract.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/08/30/us-germany-prostitutes-idUSTRE77T36P20110830?feedType=RSS&feedName=lifestyleMolt&rpc=22&sp=true

German city introduces "tax meters" for prostitutes

Prostitutes in the German city of Bonn must carry a ticket purchased from a new parking meter-like machine while working the streets or face hefty fines from tax authorities in a scheme launched Monday night.

In Germany, ladies of the night pay income tax -- the level of which varies from region to region -- but compliance is difficult to enforce with women seeking business on the street.

Germany's first "sex tax meters," from which prostitutes can purchase a ticket for 6 euros ($8.72) per night, will ensure the tax system is fairly implemented, a city spokeswoman said.

"Inspectors will monitor compliance -- not every evening but frequently," the spokeswoman told Reuters.

If caught without a valid ticket, offenders will first be reprimanded, then face fines and later even a ban.

About 200 prostitutes work in Bonn. Due to protests from residents, city officials have limited the areas of operation to specific quarters.

But critics say this has made it easier for prostitutes to ply their trade. The city has erected what officials call "consummation areas," wooden parking garages where customers driving cars can retreat to with prostitutes. ($1 = 0.688 Euros)

 

 
From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon10/23/11 8:16 AM 
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October 23, 2011

http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.printable&pageId=358617

New California list of heroes starts with Lady Gaga?
Coming LGBT law requires positive portrayal of 'gays' as role models


Stefani Germanotta, aka Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga, a "persona derived from her unique, androgynous, vintage-themed fashion sense"; "celebrated" cartoonist Alison Bechdel, who is famous for "Dykes To Watch Out For"; and Rita Mae Brown, author of the "lesbian-themed novel "Rubyfruit Jungle," soon could become role models in California schools.

That's according to an organization that sought unsuccessfully to bring before voters a new state law requiring that all schools portray homosexuals, transgenders, lesbians and others who have chosen alternative sexual lifestyles as positive role models.

The Pacific Justice Institute was among the organizations that worked to collect nearly half a million signatures that would have put the state's newly adopted SB48 on the next election ballot. They fell short by a few tens of thousands.

That means SB48 will take effect on Jan. 1, 2012, as was scheduled by the Democrats who approved it in the state Legislature. The law requires that schools uphold people with alternative sexual lifestyles as positive role models.

"Many parents have been left wondering what to expect from the new LGBT history mandates," the organization said today. "They don't have to look far."

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A few schools are already celebrating October as "LGBT History Month," the Pacific Justice Institute said. A website devoted to the cause, www.lgbthistorymonth.com, offers a preview of the types of figures LGBT activists will seek to celebrate for their historical contributions, the institute reported.

"The site highlights one person for each day of the month for a total of 31. While a few notable composers and authors are featured this year, such as Aaron Copland, Langston Hughes and Virginia Woolf, the list is dominated by current celebrities and virtual unknowns that strain the definition of 'historical.'"

The organization said that prominently featured on this year's list of 'icons' are entertainers Lady Gaga and Ricky Martin, comedienne Wanda Sykes and tennis player Amelie Mauresmo.

"Lesser-known 'icons' include lesbian rabbi Denise Eger and transgender Alameda County Superior Court Judge Victoria Kolakowski, neither of whom appear to have yet achieved any lasting recognition apart from their sexual orientation," the institute said.

"What we are already seeing from the promoters of LGBT History Month confirms many of our concerns about SB48," said Brad Dacus, president of Pacific Justice Institute. "Most parents do not consider Lady Gaga to be either historical or a role model. We cannot afford to waste precious educational time and resources focusing on celebrities who may have contributed to society to some degree but are simply do not qualify as great historical figures."

Brown and Bechdel are among those celebrated as "historical figures."

There's also:

  • Kye Allums, the first openly transgender athlete to play NCAA Division I college basketball. In the first year, Allums played 11 games and missed 20, then started 20 of 26 games as a sophomore and none as a junior, then dropped out of the basketball program.

  • John Ashbery, who won the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for poetry and was the executive editor of ARTNews. His poem "Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror" also won the National Book Award and National Critics Circle Award.

  • John Berry, appointed in the Obama administration to the Office of Personnel Management.

  • Dustin Black, who was honored for his screenplay for "Milk," the movie about the homosexual San Francisco politician and reported sexual predator Harvey Milk.

  • Keith Boykin, political commentator and editor of The Daily Voice. He worked on the Dukakis presidential campaign as well as Bill Clinton's march to the White House.

  • Dan Choi, a West Point graduate who went on nationwide television in 2009 to announce he is homosexual, prompting the Army to remove him from the ranks.

  • Aaron Copland, composer, teacher and conductor.

  • Alan Cumming, actor who has appeared in more than 100 films and TV series.

  • Denise Eger, "gay" rabbi.

  • Michael Guest, homosexual U.S. ambassador who quite the State Department.

  • Daniel Hernandez Jr., Langston Hughes, Frida Kahlo, David Kato, Michael Kirby, Victoria Kolakowski, Dave Kopay, Ricky Martin, Amelie Mauresmo and others

The website also offers various resources about how to "share your celebration" and posters promoting the alternative sexual lifestyles.

SB48 plan was pushed through the Democrat-controlled state legislature and signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown.

The Pacific Justice Institute was part of the coalition wo
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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon11/28/11 8:45 AM 
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November 28, 2011

      "Still, the academy this year dedicated an $80,000 outdoor worship center — a small Stonehenge-like circle of boulders with propane fire pit..."

http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-na-air-force-pagans-20111127,0,6813530.story

Air Force Academy adapts to pagans, druids, witches and Wiccans

Officials say an $80,000 Stonehenge-like worship center underscores a commitment to embrace all religions.

Air Force Academy's Cadet Chapel Falcon Circle dedication

In the still of a cold November evening, a small gathering of pagans, led by two witches, begins preparations for the coming winter solstice. But these are not just any pagans, and this is not just any setting. They are future officers of the United States Air Force practicing their faith in the basement of the Air Force Academy's cadet chapel.

Their ranks are slim. According to the academy's enrollment records, only three of 4,300 cadets identified themselves as pagans, followers of an ancient religion that generally does not worship a single god and considers all things in nature interconnected.

Still, the academy this year dedicated an $80,000 outdoor worship center — a small Stonehenge-like circle of boulders with propane fire pit — high on a hill for the handful of current or future cadets whose religions fall under the broad category of "Earth-based." Those include pagans, Wiccans, druids, witches and followers of Native American faiths.

Witches in the Air Force? Chaplain Maj. Darren Duncan, branch chief of cadet faith communities at the academy, sighs. A punch line waiting to happen, and he's heard all the broom jokes.

For the record, there are no witches among the cadets this year. But the two spiritual leaders for all Earth-based religions — one a civilian, one an Air Force reservist — are witches and regularly cast spells, which they say is not so different from offering prayer. There also are no druids this year. But there could be next year.

"We're here to accommodate all religions, period," Duncan says. The building of the Cadet Chapel Falcon Circle on the hilltop, he says, is no different from the past conversion of chapel rooms into worship spaces that serve this year's 11 Muslim, 16 Buddhist and 10 Hindu cadets. There are also 43 self-identified atheist cadets whose beliefs, or lack of them, Duncan says are also to be respected.

 

 
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November 29, 2011

http://web.orange.co.uk/article/quirkies/Bawding_school_for_sex_students

Bawding school for sex students

It's the kind of bawding school where six of the best could have a whole new meaning.

Because at the £1,400-a-term International Sex School in Vienna, Austria, corporal punishment is part of the curriculum, not a punishment.

Swedish-born headmistress Ylva-Maria Thompson says anyone over the age of 16 can enrol as a pupil to learn at what she calls "the world's first college of applied sexuality".

Students live in a mixed sex dormitory block where they're expected to practise their homework.

Added the school head: "Our core education is not theoretical, but very practical. The emphasis is on how to be a better lover.

"Sexual positions, caressing techniques, anatomical features. And we teach people hands on."

 

 
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February 16, 2012

      "What do you say to people who say this is a form of prostitution? asked Estevez of our FIU student."  "That is not true," she explained. "Prostitution is when you get paid for sex and that is just it. Sex. For this, you build a relationship with someone."

http://miami.cbslocal.com/2012/02/14/financial-sex-aid-florida-co-eds-seek-sugar-daddy-for-college-degree/

Financial Sex Aid: Florida Co-Eds Seek "Sugar Daddy" for College Degree

People who are looking for the perfect match, both men and women, go  online seeking a certain kind of arrangement.

A "sugar baby" is typically younger and eager for adventure. A "sugar daddy" is usually an older, financially established provider. A website called www.seekingarrangement.com helps the two meet.

Jorge Estevez found a 22-year old who is looking for her first sugar daddy.  She is a Miami student looking for someone to help her pay for her higher education and all the related expenses.

A self-proclaimed, cute blonde who is looking for fun in Fort Lauderdale admits to being a college student looking for some help.

And another pretty, young Miami college girl, who does not want to be identified, is more direct, asking specifically for 10 to 20-thousand dollars monthly. The 22-year old claims to be looking for someone who will never say "NO" to her needs.

"The lesson here is ask and you shall receive," she told Estevez.

"What have they given you?" asked Estevez.

"They have given me cars, trips, jewelry. These guys will take you out and they will court you," she responded.

Jorge asked "What do thes guys do for you?"

"They support you financially," she replied.

Support is proving to be crucial for a 20-year old sugar baby, who is in college at Florida International University.

"Have they paid your tuition?" asked Estevez.

"Yes Jorge."

"Books?" he asked.

"Books. Everything," she responded. "When I say everything, I mean everything."

In fact, her profile asks for someone to "help a young find out."  And she is not alone. Numbers compiled by the "seeking arrangement" website showed that in the past six months, FIU ranked 20th in a list of the top universities with "sugar baby" sign ups.

Florida ranked third in the U.S. behind New York and California with 67,815 total users, of all ages. There are just over 1,000,000 and growing .

Our FIU student argued that itfs a way to survive the times.

"I don't get support from my parents. As soon as I turned 18, they told me I am on my own. I have to figure everything out on my own Jorge."

"And you discovered this? And you thought?" asked Estevez.

"My dreams came true Jorge. "Your dreams came true," he repeated.

Then his interview added, "But with every give there is a take."

"They give you trips. They pay for school. They give you presents. What do you give them?" asked Estevez.

"Sex," said the FIU "sugar baby."

"Just like that," asked Jorge.

"Just like that," she said.

"And you are OK with that?" Jorge probed.

"I am OK with that," she replied.

But seeking arrangement, which began in 2006, insists they are not an escort service and specifies the terms of the relationship are left up to the two consenting users. Estevez spoke with the websitefs founder, Brandon Lee.

"Why is this not like prostitution, since you mentioned it?" asked Estevez.

"We do not allow escorts or prostitutes to use the website. That is what I call a one or two-hour arrangement. It is not what this is about," Lee said.

In fact, the website monitors profiles. They claim they shut down as many as 20-a day for alluding to inappropriate behavior.

To make sure that terms such as hourly rate, in call, out call and terms like that arenft used, we highlight them and catch them.

We put that question on the table for our "sugar baby."

"What do you say to people who say this is a form of prostitution?" asked Estevez of our FIU student.

"That is not true," she explained. "Prostitution is when you get paid for sex and that is just it. Sex. For this, you build a relationship with someone."

It's a relationship that begins online, a common practice nowadays, where one person logs on hoping to find another who is also in search of that perfect match.

"Years from now you are successful. What do you say to you about doing this?" Jorge inquired.

"They have money they want to help you. They see you struggling, They want to help you. Whether or not it is an arrangement, it is still a relationship," the woman explained.

A match, found online, between two consenting adults looking for their own spec
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From: WEBELIAHU DelphiPlus Member Icon2/19/12 8:32 AM 
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February 19, 2012

     "We do not allow escorts or prostitutes to use the website."

      Then you have changed the definitions of escorts and prostitutes.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2102192/Financial-sex-aid-Students-seeking-Sugar-Daddies-Mommies-pay-college-degree.html#ixzz1mplBgtHK

Broke students seeking new ways to put themselves thorugh college are finding success in a new website which matches sugar daddies or mommies with sugar babies.

Financial sex aid: Students seeking 'Sugar Daddies and Mommies' to pay for college degree

Broke students seeking new ways to put themselves through college are finding success in a new website which matches sugar daddies or mommies with sugar babies.

Men and women young and old are turning to website www.seekingarrangement.com to look for something sweet in their lives.

People who join this site are usually seeking a special sort of 'arrangement', whether you are a broke, young and willing sugar baby or a rich, older generous mommy or daddy.

Unique site: Seekingarrangement.com offers a special 'mutually beneficial relationship' for users

Unique site: Seekingarrangement.com offers a special 'mutually beneficial relationship' for users

Many students are turning to the site to look for older men who are willing to fund them through college in exchange for a sexual relationship.

CBS spoke to a student - who did not want to be identified - who is a member of the site and asks for $10,000 to $20,000 a month.

The 22-year-old from Miami said she is looking for someone who will never say no to her needs.

She told the network: 'The lesson here… ask and you shall receive.

'They have given me cars, trips, jewelry. These guys will take you out and they will court you.

'They support you financially. My dreams came true after my parents stopped supporting me when I was 18.

'They have money they want to help you. They see you struggling, They want to help you. Whether or not it is an arrangement it is still a relationship.'

She said her 'sugar daddy' pays for her tuition fees, books and everything else. In return he asks for sex.

The website calls it a 'Mutually Beneficial Relationship'.

There are just over one million users of the site and sugar babies outnumber sugar daddies twenty to one.

Seeking Arrangement began in 2006 and founder Brandon Lee insists it is not a type of prostitution service.

He said it is an escort service, with the terms of the relationship left up to the two consenting adult users and that all exchanges are closely monitored.

Speaking to CBS he said: 'We do not allow escorts or prostitutes to use the website. That is what I call a one or two-hour arrangement. It is not what this is about.

'To make sure that terms such as hourly rate, in call, out call and terms like that aren’t used, we highlight them and catch them.'

On the 'How it Works' tab on the site, it says: 'There are many men and women who want to find a Sugar Daddy, Mommy or Sugar Baby. But they do not know where to start.

'Because of how our society works, it is awkward for someone to walk up to another to ask them if they would like to get involved in a Mutually Beneficial Relationship.

'That is where SeekingArrangement.com comes in.'

 

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