MEDIA: Sugar daddy sites do NOT empower women


SUDDENLY, “sugar daddy” sites are in the news again.

First, it was a US-founded sugar daddy site which apparently had “survey” data that showed Malaysia had the third highest number of sugar daddies in Asia at 42,500, behind India’s 338,000 and Indonesia’s 60,250.

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