I got an email from one of my readers asking the very upfront question on how Jetset Babes get their sponsors and where they find them. I know this topic is very interesting for many of my readers, there for I will try and answer this question the very best that I can with some help from my friends, readers and research. If you would like to add some information to this, feel free to use the comments section in the end of this post.
A sponsor is a man who finances parts or the entire life of someone (often a Jetset Babe). The terminology is often used in countries like for example Russia, but you would also stumble upon it under the phrase “Sugardaddy”.
Most commonly Jetset Babes find their sponsors by being out and about. High end bars, clubs and restaurant are the easiest ways to meet new people in general, but also to meet wealthy men who could potentially act as a sponsor.
There are plenty of other places where girls have met their sponsors. I’ve heard stories from pretty much everywhere: Inside designer shops, luxury department stores, cafés, gym, on the street etc. In the end of the day, you can run in to anyone, anywhere! Even a potential sponsor!
Second most common way is to find someone online.
Many girls sign up on sugardaddy websites like Seekingarrangement (it’s considered the best one) and start hunting down a potential sponsor. This can be quite time consuming as there are a lot of time wasters on these sites. But I know of people who have been lucky, met great guys – some who even became boyfriends! (Don’t take this as a general rule though).
Other methods of meeting someone online would be through social media.Mainly instagram. If you are a girl who are in to posting beautiful pictures of yourself, then be prepared to have interested men contacting you for meeting up etc. Instagram has become one of the best tools for self promotion, and many Jet set Babes use it to get scouted by potential investors.
This should be viewed with precaution, as there are many unserious guys around, and never meet anyone without checking their background first! But I have heard a story of a girl who got introduced to her sponsor from social media but I guess she was just one of these rare lucky ones….
If you meet someone in real life (not from a website) then an arrangement is usually proposed from the man. He may say that he would like to “take care of you” (meaning financially) or that he can help you with whatever financial support you might need (rent, bills, pay of credit card debts, take you shopping etc).
If you meet someone from a sugardaddy website then it’s kind of expected to speak about an arrangement. Both parties can therefor bring up this conversation topic as in what the expectations are and what support would be provided.
Many girls who are not even looking for sponsors, might find a boyfriend who offers to help them with finances for whatever reason. (It’s often more convenient for a busy business man to have a girlfriend who is not a full-time worker, so she can be flexible around his schedule and go travel with him).
Usually to find a sponsor is all about being lucky, and meeting the right person at the right time.
In many parts of the world the culture speaks for the man taking care of a woman financially. It’s a cultural thing but also a common thing to do in the jet set world. The men simply afford it and the Jetset Babes know they can achieve it. In the jet set world it’s not a strange thing, in fact I believe a majority (or at least a large percentage) of the women have had sponsors at some point in their lives.
Married men are often to sponsor their mistresses. They tend to have the need to compensate her somehow since he cannot offer her a future, plus requires more flexibility and understanding from her end towards his situation. Same goes for ugly men, over weight or similar as they are usually more generous and eager to sponsor a woman as they know it would be nearly impossible to “keep her” other wise.
But of course, we also have the types who simply care for the person and want to invest in her because of love, friendship or genuine compassion. (But honestly, these cases are not as common!)
If you have any more questions about this topic, then please leave a comment. I’m sure some of my readers have more knowledge than me in this field and could possibly contribute with additional information and facts. So feel free to share what you know or have experienced yourself.