According to a new book by Mimi Alford, President John F Kennedy had an 18-month affair with her while she was a 19 year old intern at the White House. While, such workplace affairs between a much more powerful Sugar Daddy, and a usually much younger Sugar Baby, may seem shocking to some, it is actually a fast growing trend in American pop-culture.
According to Brandon Wade, the Founder & CEO of SeekingArrangement.com - the largest Sugar Daddy dating website in the United States, sugar relationships in the workplace are more common today than ever before. In fact, over 12% of the Sugar Daddy members on his website have added a Sugar Baby onto their payroll.
Los Angeles, C (PRWEB) February 07, 2012 - According to her recently published memoir, Mimi Alford had an 18 month affair with President John F Kennedy when she was a 19 year old virgin, while she was working as a White House intern. Though this revelation may come as a shock to those who thought the White House would be resilient to such clichés, it actually marks the beginning of an upward trend in American society. Today, such workplace affairs between a much more powerful Sugar Daddy, and a much younger Sugar Baby is already well entrenched in the American popular culture.
According to SeekingArrangement.com, the largest Sugar Daddy dating website in the United States, as many as 12% of its Sugar Daddy members have followed in President Kennedy's footsteps by adding Sugar Babies onto their payroll. Earlier in 2009, the website named President Kennedy as the most famous Sugar Daddy for his relationship with American icon, Marilyn Monroe. "We already know that President Kennedy was a married Sugar Daddy, and a charming playboy much like Hugh Hefner," says Brandon Wade, Founder and CEO of SeekingArrangement.com. "However, if Mimi's account is accurate, JFK's relationship with her may have been considered sexual harassment at the workplace by today's legal standards."
On SeekingArrangement.com, approximately two in five Sugar Daddy members are in powerful employer positions, including numerous high-level to mid-level Fortune 1000 executives, politicians, entrepreneurs and small business owners.
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