Is it wrong to want a SUGAR DADDY? M/M Content

Greetings Whipped cream viewers. I’m Sharita L aka Rawiya/Michael Mandrake/Blmorticia. Today I’ve organized 4 posts that is sure to titillate and stir up your widest dreams. I hope that after reading my posts today, you’ll venture out and seek some of my work.

I’m very excited to be here today. I won’t bore you with a long, blah blah bio, just a few words about me, a newbie author.
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Sharita L is the author writing under three pennames, Miachael Mandrake, Rawiya, and Blmorticia. In her short time publishing, she has appeared in 11 anthologies as well as released her first sole author book, The True Meaning of love with XOXO publishing. She resides in Chicago with her 2 lovely children and fabulous husband.
You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads, LiveJournal and her blogs.


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Facebookhttp://www.facebook.com/SharitaLira

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Ok, short right? I think long bios are boring so let’s get right to the action.

First, I’ll let you know that I write M/M, M/F, Menage and everything in between. So today’s posts will have a little bit of it all.

Here is my first post from my female, down to earth ego, Rawiya…


Is it wrong to have someone to love AND take care of you?

A “Sugar Daddy” – Slang term. A man that provides for his partner financially in exchange for sex.
Is it wrong to want one of those? In a lot of people’s minds, it is, when you exchange your affection so a rich man can take care of you. My friends joke about it all the time, wanting a man that provides for them, keeping their bank accounts full at all times so they can do what they want.
We always see this in stories and real life; women who are with an old man who may be grandpa material. The most unbelievable part is that these ladies claim to love that person when all the outsiders say, “oh she only wants his money.” But, here’s a twist, what if that person really DOES want love, affection and money from that person.
All single people crave the love of someone that is financially secure, not meaning a billionaire but just able to provide for them and a potential family. Yet, this isn’t being a “gold digger” which is the term of the seeker of a “sugar daddy,” this is desiring someone that’s gainfully employed and can bring home the bacon. Nothing wrong with that.
So the devil’s advocate in me wants to ask the question. What’s wrong with wanting the love of a millionaire? It’s almost the same thing. The morality issue is do you love them for ONLY their money. If the answer is no, then you are no gold digger and he isn’t your sugar daddy but that’s what you will be called so get ready. 😉
Hope you enjoyed the post, now here’s a blurb and excerpt from Sugar Daddy, part of the Who’s Your Daddy anthology edited by Eric Summers. You can find these and other great gay romance books at, STARbooks Press

Coming soon to STARbooks and Amazon this Spring.
The Who’s Your Daddy Anthology featuring Rawiya’s first M/M tale, “Sugar Daddy.”

Blurb: A short story of a young man, Matthew Davidson, who is seeking the love of an older black man. When he goes to an internet dating site, he finds the man he is looking for but the ad calls for a black or Hispanic male. Interested, Matthew puts up the picture of his best friend, Devon Peartly who is Black. Now though, his chat buddy would like to meet him in person.
PG Excerpt – (Reference to M/M, swearing)
“Goddamit Matthew, I wish you would get your own man and stop looking at mine,” Devon said when we left multimedia class. My good friend Devon Hunter was dating the resident hot teacher, Professor Edgar Vincent. All the girls were crazy about him; it’s too bad that they didn’t know he had a desire for ass of the male variety instead of the female.
Rolling my eyes, I shrugged, “Sorry, it’s hard not to gawk at him; he’s really good looking. It’s too bad he saw you first before me.”
Devon put his hand on my chest, lightly shoving me, “What the hell is that supposed to mean? It doesn’t matter anyway; he ain’t into white boys anyhow…”
“His loss,” I replied as we walked to our lockers that were side by side.
Devon chuckled, and then muttered, “Bitch…”
Smiling, I retorted, “You love me though…”
“Yep,” he winked, turning the combo lock.
This conversation was a normality between me, Matthew Davidson and my good friend, Devon Peartley. We’d known each other since grade school and were now attending the Chelsea College of Art and Design in the midst of our second year of the Graphic Design Communication course; both of us inspiring art directors, that desired to work in either television or movies. We had been close seemingly forever, like brothers. We’d only screwed around once after being drunk at a party after graduating from middle school. The reason why? When you become that insanely tight with someone, where you know every stinking thing about one another, you really don’t want to complicate things by having sex. Moreover, Devon was not really, attracted to white men; he preferred those of his own kind or Hispanic. I liked that as well, but of the older variety.
So, even though I had given Professor Vincent more than a nod, I really wasn’t all that interested; truthfully, I only did it to piss off Devon.
“Devon, I want a man. I’m tired of being alone.” I pouted, leaning against the door.
“So get one, and keep away from Doc Vincent.” He closed the door, glaring at me.
“I don’t want your Professor, Devon. You know I am into older black men.” I slid my Blackberry out of my pocket, looking at the screen.
“Yeah, and my doc is an older bloke…”
“Uh huh, but not old enough for me…”
Devon’s eyes widened, “What? You mean you’re looking for an elder, a senior citizen…”
“Fuck you, you tosser, hell no; I’m searching for,” I paused glancing upwards, moving my hands.
“A man that is established, in his late forties, early fifties, with intelligence, strength…”
“A libido?”
Rolling my eyes, “Yes, most definitely. Someone that will take care of me, stimulate my mind and my groin, you know?”
Devon sighed, “Uh huh. A sugar daddy…”
“Yes, but a brown sugar daddy…really dark chocolate, sweet to the core, but rugged, rough.”
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Hope you enjoyed the excerpt. The book is to be out this spring. For one lucky person, I’m giving away an ebook copy when it is released on Amazon or STARbooks as well as the latest anthology to be released, Darker the Berry edited by Marcus Anthony.
Here’s what you have to do
*Become my FB friend and write something on my wall about why you love M/M romance.
*Become my follower on Twitter and send me a direct message
*Comment here with with your FB name, Twitter name and email address and you’ll be entered in the contest.
NOTE: You must do all three
Here are my links again:

FB – http://www.facebook.com/#!/AuthorSharitaLira

and

Twitter – http://twitter.com/#!/rawiyamichaelm

Good Luck!

Here is the cover and blurb from my story, written by my gay ego Michael Mandrake.

Among the other great stories in this anthology attributed to African American gay men is Sorry Man, My Bad by Michael Mandrake


Blurb – D’Andre Ware is a divorced lawyer that recently stepped out the closet after accepting his homosexuality. While on a train ride to work he meets Taj Redmond, a young college student who has just relocated from the south. At first when their eyes meet, Taj is on the defense but once he realizes that D’Andre is much like himself, a black man looking for a partner, their friendship evolves into something more.




Make sure you leave all the info here to qualify.


I thank you for taking the time to read. The next post will be hetero from my other ego begging to come out, Blmorticia taking about Going Down! 😉

Drawing will be tomorrow on Valentines Day 12pm CST

Comments

  1. Thank you to Whipped cream for having me!

  2. That was a very interesting question. I also believe it isn’t wrong to want a suggar daddy, as long as your motivation isn’t only money. Because I’m not a fan of twitter and FB, I won’t be able to enter your contest, but I will put The Who’s Your Daddy Anthology on my to-buy list, because it sounds very interesting 🙂

    luciatea01 (at) hotmail.com

  3. Awesome! Thank you. When it comes out I’m sure it will fit the bill as a great m/m anthology.

  4. Hye, Rawiya – I say if you want a sugar daddy and can love the guy- go for it. Grab life with both hands and have a ball. 🙂

  5. LOL Thanks Tina. Nothing wrong with that! ;D

    I appreciate you stopping by!

  6. I have an older niece that I have sometimes thought was a bit materialistic and she did consider a man’s work ethic and monetary income before considering them as a potential serious boyfriend.
    I once questioned her about her ethics and she said male humans were no different that animal males of other species but, instead of displaying beautiful tail feathers, singing the persfect song or beating another make in battle, human men prove their worth by their work ethic and financial ability to take care of a future wife and family.
    So, I guess there is an underlying truth in all that.
    Thought-provoking blog.

  7. Interesting post, for sure. I’m not about to judge someone else’s choice– I’m all for being clear with your partners about what you want from them, though. As least as far as you know. Let them choose from an honest evalution.
    Thanks for honest and brave in the same post!

  8. Thank you all for stopping by.

    I would say that this is a thought provoking question that many people have not thought of. I just wondered what it would be like to take a different stance.

    😉

  9. I don’t know about a sugar daddy, but I have a running joke with my family and friends. I always say that when I am about 60-65 if I will get divorced and become a cougar. I want a hot 25 year old to pleasure me. LOL

  10. @Paradox! LOL

    That is a funny way of looking at it. Thank you for stopping by.

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