As I’ve stated elsewhere on these pages, I’m not against prostitution per se, as long as there’s no nasty stuff (enslavement, rape, trafficking etc.) involved. It’s as viable an employment option as any other — and I say this mostly because quite frankly, I’ve just given up even worrying about the morality thereof.
So I’m pleased to see that universities and colleges are becoming trade schools for prostitutes. I mean, seeing as academia now seems to be concerning itself more with certification than with education, why not allow students to get acquainted with what is after all the world’s oldest profession?
According to some study or other, the following are the fastest-growing “sugar baby*” schools in the United States:
- Georgia State University
- University of Central Florida
- University of Alabama
- Florida State University
- University of Florida
- Rutgers University
- California State University, Fullerton
- University of Nevada, Las Vegas
- University of North Texas (!!!)
- University of Missouri
- West Virginia University
- University of Cincinnati
- University of Southern California
- San Francisco State University
- University of California, Los Angeles
- Columbia University
- New York University
- University of North Carolina
- University of Texas, San Antonio
- Colorado State University
As a graduate of UNT, I am unable to understand how this school could be ranked where it is. When I was on campus, there were some beautiful girls there, to be sure, but most looked and smelled like badgers. (By way of explanation, that’s because UNT is notable for having a large number of eco-loons, Greenies and socialists [some redundancy] in its student body.)
And I can only explain the appearance of Rutgers, Columbia and NYU on the list because it’s so damn expensive to live in upstate New Jersey and New York that the girls have to ummmm supplement their income to make ends meet. (What their male students have to do, I don’t wanna know.) Feel free to add your explanation in Comments, should your alma mater appear on the above list.
I am not surprised, by the way, that the “elite” schools don’t appear anywhere; I would imagine that women attending Harvard and Princeton, to name but two, are amply supported by Daddy’s money, and therefore have no need to rent out their bodies to pay the tuition fees. The same is probably true even on a local scale, which would account for the non-listing of schools like Texas’s SMU and UT-Austin, where I’ve seen coeds wearing fur coats to classes in winter, said fur coats probably having come from their actual fathers rather than from sugar daddies — although nowadays, who could tell?
*Young women who fuck older, wealthy men in return for being “looked after”. Hence the title of this piece.