Drama, according to Thurston, includes taking your time to decide whether you want to have sex, having any motive beyond the one you stipulated up front (which was greed), and a presumption that you will be courted. Sugar dating is the oldest dynamic around: Rich person contracts poorer but younger/hotter person into some combination of obligations that includes but is only rarely limited to straight-up sex.
And she thinks of the money as a contribution a real boyfriend would make, just more.
Prada sunglasses, Jimmy Choos, Armani clothing, her Honda Civic... Kitten was teaching dance to kids for a while, and then one of the parents caught wind of what she did on the side, and suddenly there was no room for Kitten in the next season's teaching roster.
The woman who had protested against her, according to Kitten, had escaped her abusive husband by secretly setting aside extra money until she could afford to leave him.
Most of the girls there weren't pretty like her, and they'd make fun of her, saying, “What are you doing here, princess? Kitten says that it isn't always about sex: There were some nebbishy men (and some women; she's sugar-dated both) who just wanted companionship.
“A lot of them are very lonely and they don't have time to go through traditional dating because they're so successful.