New York, Chicago and L.A. top the list of 'gay sugar daddy cities'

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If you’re looking for a sugar daddy, New York is where you want to be. It’s also the best city if you’re a sugar daddy looking for a suitable companion with whom to share your largesse.

A survey by SeekingArrangement.com, the world’s largest sugar dating website, found that the Big Apple tops the heap of both the “Top 10 Gay Sugar Daddy Cities” and the “Top 10 Gay Sugar Baby Cities.” The website surveyed over 256,000 member profiles to find the winners.

According to the website, the average gay sugar baby is 23 years old and earns approximately $4,066.58 in monthly allowances (not including gifts and presents). The average gay sugar daddy is 39 years old, has an annual income of approximately $215,482.39, and has a net worth of over $6 million.

Brandon Wade, CEO and founder of SeekingArrangement.com said he conducted the survey to better understand the site’s explosion in gay memberships.

“We have found that there are now approximately 8 Sugar Baby males for every gay sugar daddy on our website,” Wade said in a prepared statement. “This growing trend indicates that men love to be spoiled just as much as women, and that generosity is a universally accepted value, no matter the type of relationship.”

The website ranked the following cities based on the number of gay sugar daddies/sugar babies per 1,000 adult men.

Top 10 Gay Sugar Daddy Cities (per 1,000 adult men)

1.      New York, N.Y. – 4.8

2.      Chicago, Ill. – 1.53

3.      Los Angeles, Calif. – 1.46

4.      Houston, Texas – 1.00

5.      Beverly Hills, Calif. – 0.97

6.      Atlanta, Ga. – 0.96

7.      Dallas, Texas – 0.78

8.      Toronto, Canada – 0.78

9.      Las Vegas, Nevada – 0.70

10.  San Francisco, Calif. – 0.70

Top 10 Gay Sugar Baby Cities (per 1,000 adult men)

1.      New York, N.Y. – 3.83

2.      Los Angeles, Calif. – 1.68

3.      Chicago, Ill. – 1.35

4.      Brooklyn, N.Y. – 0.98

5.      Atlanta, Ga. – 0.86

6.      San Francisco, Calif. – 0.80

7.      Houston, Texas – 0.79

8.      Toronto, Canada – 0.78

9.      London, England – 0.77

10.  San Diego, Calif. – 0.58