Good luck explaining to your kid what you do for a living.
How old are you? It says you are a teen mom.
i say do it but also teach him about working hard for things he gets
Having name brands isn't everything
If you raise him right, he won't care if You can afford something or not. You can give him a great life without being any of these.
Also, an escort, stripper, and being a sugar baby are all different.
An escort is when someone pays for your "company" most times they will want sex.
A stripper is just stripping for money, maybe lap dances, MAYBE sex depending on you really.
A sugar baby is finding someone rich to take care of you in usually, return for sex.
And what happens when you do something wrong, Sugar Daddy gets mad and you end up raped, beaten, even killed and your son is motherless?
Material things and money cannot buy his happiness. I can guarantee he'd much rather have YOU than a toy. He doesn't need everything he wants, as long as he has what he needs that's all that matters.
When your kid is 16 and you have to explain to him that you thought him having Nike shoes and Ambercrombie clothes (when, honestly, he probably could care less) "justified" you selling your p***y to the nastiest men in town...
... Try and remember you just "don't want him to ever worry about cost"
Just to add, you say you're a teen mom so you have a lot of time to work towards a good future. Why sell yourself short? It sounds so lazy of you to jump to this instead of working your ass off to support him. Go to SCHOOL. Get financial aid and grants. Graduate, start a career and live a good life for you and your son
Those two things are different. You're going to offer your body up to some guy in order to get money for your son instead of getting a job that your child could respect you for?
Quoting saageex3:" Just to add, you say you're a teen mom so you have a lot of time to work towards a good future. Why sell ... [snip!] ... to support him. Go to SCHOOL. Get financial aid and grants. Graduate, start a career and live a good life for you and your son"
What you are looking at doing aside, you should look at how you want your son raised. You do not want him ever valuing a dollar? Ever earning for something he can be proud of? Never hearing the word no?
<blockquote><b>Quoting Alicia Holz:</b>" i say do it but also teach him about working hard for things he gets"</blockquote>