Sugar daddy dating travel
If a woman is seeking a ‘sugar daddy’ (which has its own set of connotations) in her own city, she has a support network and options. If I was uncomfortable at any point, would I be able to go home early?Last year, Y Combinator alum The Dating Ring crowdfunded a plan to fly New York women to San Francisco to date the city’s growing population of tech nerds.Miss Travel, which just launched its mobile app last week, is taking the concept a step further.Users can post trips to the app, and choose from three options: “I Have an Extra Ticket,” “Take Me Along,” or “I Have My Own Ticket.” Or they can search for users instead, with the option to filter by age range, income level, height, body type, hair color, and more.“All of the profile fields are searchable,” Wade confirms.So theoretically, if I wanted to go to Thailand for a week, I could create my dream vacation, post the details to the site with the “Take Me Along” tag, and wait for an eligible suitor to sweep me off my feet and finance the entire trip.This brings to mind quite a few problematic scenarios right off the bat.
Aside from sounding a little too much like tech-enabled prostitution, what if my Miss Travel bachelor is not who he says he is?
One of the key issues that Miss Travel will have to combat is that its concept is based on a highly disparate power dynamic.
“It’s a whole lot easier for people to fall in love or be romantic on a trip, usually in an exotic place.” Travel dating isn’t an entirely novel concept in the tech world.
Tinder launched a “Passport” feature earlier this year to help users plan their travel hook-ups in advance.
Ever wanted to travel to an exotic island for a week but didn’t have the cash?Well, thanks to Miss Travel, that’s not a problem anymore — if, and it’s a big if, you’re a young, attractive woman who’s willing to swipe right on a lonely, wealthy travel companion.