Do you have a sugar daddy?Watch
Stop creating fancy names for simple prostitution.
I'm making a documentary on sugar daddies and sugar babies at university, and how women are choosing this route to help fund their life and lifestyle at uni.
It's me (Chloe) and my friend (Alex) and we are students and we just want to have a chat on the phone and stuff - all off the record to start with and we can see if you'd like to be involved in a documentary that will (hopefully) highlight female empowerment, but also how expensive uni can be.
If you're interested, then please whizz me a message!
Yes we have looked at that project but as women ourselves we thought that we'd find it difficult to identify with and document men's stories. We are only students and we're not making a documentary for the BBC but for our YouTube channel.
I hope you're not planning a career doing non-fiction, whether visual or written or...
I'm making this because it's something in interested in and I've never made a documentary before. I don't understand why you're being so harsh with me? If you could tell me what on earth I have done wrong and why you're behaving in such a manner that would be great.
Here's an example from last week: https://www.theguardian.com/lifeands...riminalisation At no point does she acknowledge that a large chunk of sex workers are men, and this is used to justify denying everyone selling - female, trans and male - agency, choice and 'empowerment'.
It's lovely that you want to do something, but it'd be lovelier if your documentary reflected the reality a bit better.