Let’s face it—dating, sugar or otherwise, is different this year. We’re all doing our best to social distance and navigate new social norms, and those norms definitely make dating harder. So how do you balance social responsibility with finding what you want? There are definitely ways you can do both.
First off, video dating. I know, I know. It’s not the same. But don’t knock it ‘til you try it. Nowadays, many sugar daddies and sugar babies might not be comfortable meeting in person as freely as before. You might not even physically be able to. But luckily, the internet is there, and there’s nothing more 2020 then a zoom date. Video dates are a great, low-effort way to get to know a person before putting in the work and potential risk of meeting in person.
Once you decide you’re comfortable meeting in person, then comes the question of where exactly to do that.You may not be able to just meet at a bar the way you did before, and not everyone is comfortable with eating at a restaurant nowadays, but most people are at least comfortable with a picnic or a walk on the beach. It’s probably best to start off a new arrangement in a location where everyone can feel comfortable. And what better way to get to know a person than in a beautiful, nature-filled setting?
From there, particularly if you’re looking to build firmer relationships and commitments rather than just going on dates, it gets easier. Once you have an established relationship and better understand others’ comfort levels, the act of balancing what to do and how much to interact while doing it becomes easier. Again, sugar dating isn’t much different from non-sugar dating—there’s just more explicit compensation attached to it. You should make the same decisions about your safety and comfort on SugarFetch as you do on any other non-sugar-dating website.
And hey—this year may be strange, but it won’t last forever. In the meantime, we have to go on living our lives. Sugar dating is just another thing that has to adapt to this unfortunately extraordinary year!