haha, all that info was probably unnecessary..anyways here it goes; The Story: I was a 25 year old college student when i starting dating the girl that would be my girlfriend for the next 5 years – she was a 24 year old japanese college student in San Francisco on a student visa.

I never had a lot of money, i depended on my college loans and part time work, and everything was fine – she seemed to be madly in love with me, as i definitely was was her – one could say that i was the happiest man alive.

I am fortunate to have a wonderful longtime partner (who, as an educator, knows all about small salaries), but I sometimes wonder what would happen if I lost my job and was looking for love — would I be marriage material (assuming I even wanted to marry again, that is, which I don’t), or even dateable? ); by virtue of my gender alone, yes — I would probably be viable relationship material.

dating and money-53

As I already informed you, this site doesn’t offer any escort services.

It is only meant for connecting people who are eager to pay for being in the company of good looking dates.

I doubt if there are good deals for reversed roles. Even at the cost of sounding unpleasant, I dare say that the better the looks, the more is the money you can expect.

Apparently, there is no limit to the amount one can ask for being taken out as a date.

She started to complain and boast about how i was ‘nothing’ and she was a ‘professional’ (a professional whore…heh, again jk).

She made it very clear that i was a burden to her and a shame.Meanwhile, highly paid women are dateable and marriage material, ok, so here’s the deal: after reading this article and many comments, i feel obliged to share my personal experience on the matter at hand.Me, i’m 35 years old now, male, 5’6, 150 pounds, very attractive white skinned hispanic, well educated, witty, talented, and athletic guy with a big heart, loving, kind, and respectful to all people.It never even occurred to me to worry about such things (I’ve never discussed credit ratings with a partner), but that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t have paid it attention when it seemed like things were getting serious.A recent study seems to indicate that we are stuck in a time warp when it comes to gender and money — we can’t get past the idea that a husband should make more money than his wife, and that is impacting whom we marry, how much a wife works, and even if a couple stays married.The problems started after she graduated from college.