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When I first told my friends that I was spending the weekend in a Mexican mansion on a date with a stranger, they thought I was insane."Diana, this sounds a lot like prostitution," they said with raised eyebrows and concerned stares.
Indeed it did, and that's precisely what I thought when I first came across Miss Travel, an online travel dating site founded in 2012 by Brandon Wade, the same man behind the sugar baby/sugar daddy website Seeking
Let a trusted friend know where you’re going and with whom! (One commenter’s dad was angry when she told him that she’d be traveling with someone his age, but it felt good to be honest.
“The only part I didn’t mention was the sex part…That’s private!
" I asked."Look, when I first got to New York, I didn't even go out.
"This isn't Seamless for Women," I was prepared to say when I arrived.
But when I got there I ended up not having to, because he was extremely nice and normal. "I don't have the time, honestly.""So, are you like a love 'em and leave 'em type? And why the hell is he offering to take girls on all-expense-paid vacations if he isn't going to hook up with them?
Miss Travel gives you the option to offer a free trip to someone or find someone to pay for your trip (though there are a number of lonely souls offering to go halfsies, so it does, to some degree, serve people who might just want to go somewhere with another corporeal form). Surprisingly or not, the bulk of the clientele is women—the breakdown, according to Miss Travel, is 70% female and 30% male.
(This might be intentional, as the brand splashes "females are FREE!The women are equally blunt, if not more so—and most of them seem to be seeking funding for the trips of their dreams, fully aware that there's an expectation as a result.