CEO of Sugar Daddy Site Becomes Founder of a Charity for Abortion

According to Seeking TV on YouTube, Brandon Wade, CEO of Seeking Arrangement (the world's biggest sugar daddy dating site), has created a charity which helps women in Alabama with abortion.

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  • Alabama abortion ban is inhumane. From a recent article published on The Guardian, it can be seen that Alabama has the most restrictive law in the United States when it comes to abortion - Law in Alabama bans abortion except if there's a serious health risk to the mom, with no exceptions for incest and rape. That's very cruel. Worse still, Alabama is the poorest state in America with many people living in poverty, so a lot of women can't even afford abortion anyway even though they are allowed to go to another state for abortion. Therefore, Brandon Wade, founder of the world's most trustworthy sugar daddy dating site Seeking.com, has founded a charity with his beautiful girlfriend (a sugar baby who met Brandon Wade on Seeking.com) - this charity financially supports women in Alabama if they need financial assistance in terms of going to another state for abortion.
  • There are more sugar babies in poorer states such as Alabama. Statistics show that there are generally more sugar babies in poor states like Alabama. In contrast, there are more sugar daddies in rich states like California and New York. Consequently, it's harder for sugar babies in poor states to find sugar daddies that are generous and kind. For instance, in New York City, there are 3 sugar babies for 1 sugar daddy. But in Birmingham, Alabama, there are 5 sugar babies for 1 sugar daddy. The competition is real, so the rich will get richer & the poor will get poorer, unfortunately. At the same time, sugar babies in New York gets more allowance from their sugar daddies; hence, they have more money to buy better clothes and makeup - that's why they look prettier. By contrast, sugar babies in Alabama receive less allowance from their sugar daddies; thus, they have less money to buy beautiful clothes and makeup – this decreases their competitive edge in the sugar bowl. It is sad but true.
  • If you are pregnant with your sugar daddy's baby, would you keep the baby? Hopefully nobody encounters unplanned pregnancy, but sometimes things like that do happen. So, if you're pregnant with a sugar daddy's child, would you keep the baby? Well, if I were in that situation, I would definitely ask myself the following questions: 1) Do I want to be a mother for the rest of my life? Please note that the question is not "Do I want to be a mother?" because being a parent is a life-time mission - a child may ask for their parents' support (including financial support), even though the child is already 60 or 70 years old. 2) Does my sugar daddy want to financially provide for me and this child? Not every sugar daddy wants to have a love child, so it's important to discuss this with the sugar daddy carefully and find out his intention & plan in the first place. If the sugar daddy doesn't want to provide financial support, there is no point of keeping this child, in my opinion. You can disagree with me, but that's just my personal opinion. And we agree to disagree here. After the baby is born, the sugar daddy will probably have to change his Will, so having a child with a sugar daddy isn’t a bad idea if you look at it in this way.

To conclude, abortion is a controversial and sensitive topic in western countries in this day and age, but it's an unavoidable topic as well.