The Instagram guide to be a Beautiful Woman alone in your 40’s

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The Instagram guide to be a Beautiful Woman alone in your 40's

I was read­ing Stacy McCain’s pieces on the phe­nom of women whose accounts on insta­gram are basi­cally ads for sugar dad­dies will­ing to pay for travel etc in return for one’s favors. Stacy notes the fol­low­ing:

Much of the behav­ior enabled by this emerg­ing online mar­ket isn’t exactly pros­ti­tu­tion — not a straight­for­ward fee-​for-​service arrange­ment — but in gen­eral, social media is a mech­a­nism by which good-​looking young women may dis­cover the cash value of their youth and beauty. This involves an inter­na­tional mar­ket­place, with wealthy men all over the world bid­ding up the value of the desired com­mod­ity, and var­i­ous “agents” act­ing as bro­kers for, uh, trans­ac­tional companionship.


One result of this phe­nom­e­non — so-​called “sugar babies” vend­ing them­selves to “sugar dad­dies” — is wide­spread cyn­i­cism and dis­trust. Col­lege girls who become accus­tomed to jet­ting off to Miami, Palm Springs or the French Rivera for “vaca­tions” with well-​heeled clients are not likely to be impressed with their male class­mates, who can’t afford to spoil them in this manner

The base arti­cle that he linked to had a very inter­est­ing state­ment at the front:

I was once on set with another model for an ad cam­paign when I first heard about this kind of escort. Dur­ing break, I was show­ing her pho­tos of my hus­band (then fiancé) and talk­ing about our rela­tion­ship. She teared up and said I was doing every­thing right and that she wished she had a life with a guy she loved. When I asked her why she did the din­ners reg­u­larly, she said, “It felt really weird at first. I try not to think about it too much because it makes me feel guilty, but it’s easy money.”

Think about how this woman mak­ing very easy money in her days of youth and beauty starts to feel when age begins to catch up with her and younger women become avail­able and the money doesn’t become as easy. Sud­denly you are in your 40’s and alone. The older men with money have moved on, the younger men with money aren’t inter­ested and the best of the nor­mal lot have already been taken?

There are a lot of peo­ple who laugh at the idea of the Chris­t­ian rules of sex­u­al­ity and of the Catholic rules con­cern­ing divorce but I won­der how many of those mod­els when their most mar­ketable prod­uct is gone are wish­ing they made the deci­sion that my wife of 31 years and Stacy’s wife of 30 years did back when they had the chance?


Clos­ing thought: this arti­cle brought to mind the pieces I wrote about a for­mer child start named Tami Erin back when she was 39 who decided to go as I put it take the Hus­tler gam­bit. I took a look at her twit­ter feed today for the 1st time since then. She’s still an objec­tively beau­ti­ful woman and post­ing evi­dence of the same on her feed appar­ently from Belize where she now lives.

I was reading Stacy McCain’s pieces on the phenom of women whose accounts on instagram are basically ads for sugar daddies willing to pay for travel etc in return for one’s favors. Stacy notes the following:


Much of the behavior enabled by this emerging online market isn’t exactly prostitution — not a straightforward fee-for-service arrangement — but in general, social media is a mechanism by which good-looking young women may discover the cash value of their youth and beauty. This involves an international marketplace, with wealthy men all over the world bidding up the value of the desired commodity, and various “agents” acting as brokers for, uh, transactional companionship.


One result of this phenomenon — so-called “sugar babies” vending themselves to “sugar daddies” — is widespread cynicism and distrust. College girls who become accustomed to jetting off to Miami, Palm Springs or the French Rivera for “vacations” with well-heeled clients are not likely to be impressed with their male classmates, who can’t afford to spoil them in this manner

The base article that he linked to had a very interesting statement at the front:


I was once on set with another model for an ad campaign when I first heard about this kind of escort. During break, I was showing her photos of my husband (then fiancé) and talking about our relationship. She teared up and said I was doing everything right and that she wished she had a life with a guy she loved. When I asked her why she did the dinners regularly, she said, “It felt really weird at first. I try not to think about it too much because it makes me feel guilty, but it’s easy money.”

Think about how this woman making very easy money in her days of youth and beauty starts to feel when age begins to catch up with her and younger women become available and the money doesn’t become as easy. Suddenly you are in your 40’s and alone. The older men with money have moved on, the younger men with money aren’t interested and the best of the normal lot have already been taken?

There are a lot of people who laugh at the idea of the Christian rules of sexuality and of the Catholic rules concerning divorce but I wonder how many of those models when their most marketable product is gone are wishing they made the decision that my wife of 31 years and Stacy’s wife of 30 years did back when they had the chance?


Closing thought: this article brought to mind the pieces I wrote about a former child start named Tami Erin back when she was 39 who decided to go as I put it take the Hustler gambit. I took a look at her twitter feed today for the 1st time since then. She’s still an objectively beautiful woman and posting evidence of the same on her feed apparently from Belize where she now lives.