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And hundreds have been ing up, leading to some to call for them to be banned as they could draw young women into prostitution. In the case of seekingarrangement.
On whatsyourprice. Most of the Singapore women at the popular seekingarrangement. Many posted photos of themselves in suggestive poses, or dressed in bikinis or lingerie. We do not need such sites and I am all for a ban.
While this will not stop new ones from coming up, we should do what we can and the Government also needs to take a stand and protect as many people and families as possible, and also protect vulnerable and at-risk individuals from being exploited too.
A year-old student, who calls herself Annab89, ed the website in March. She wrote in her profile: "I am looking for a short-term sugar relationship, for now, though that most definitely could change. I am bisexual, so sugar mommas and d, I want you! Several were upfront about "prices". No physical intimacy. These men are mostly in their 40s and 50s and listed occupations include lawyers, traders or marketing directors. Around men listed their relationship status as "married but looking" on seekingarrangement.
These websites have kept a low profile in Singapore, unlike controversial Canada-based dating portal Ashley Madison, which connects would-be adulterers. In Novemberit announced plans to launch a Singapore site, but that was quickly blocked by Internet regulator Media Development Authority MDA as "it facilitated extramarital affairs and declared it would specifically target Singaporeans". But there are no similar plans for sugar dating sites, which are growing in popularity around the world.
The largest of them, sugardaddyforme. An MDA spokesman added: "Site blocking is not a comprehensive and foolproof solution. There are many sites with undesirable content on the Internet, and it is not practical to block every one of them. A Ministry of Social and Family Development spokesman said that while it supports the blocking of websites that go against family values, it is not very effective and "cannot be the only solution". Instead, parents can shield their children and peers can coax their friends away from temptations.
But some consider sugar dating as little more than prostitution. The police warned of the possibility of action, saying: "Police do not take persons who hide behind the anonymity of the Internet to conduct such illicit activities lightly. Senior director for youth services at the Singapore Children's Society Carol Balhetchet said such websites should be banned even if many more will pop up in their wake.
Member of Parliament Seah Kian Peng feels that the authorities should do more. Mr Wade, a US citizen who made millions running online dating ventures widely criticised for being a thin disguise for the sex trade, did not respond to media queries. He had studied in St Andrew's Secondary School and Hwa Chong Junior College before breaking a government scholarship bond and evading national service to pursue his studies abroad.
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