In a recent Planning & Zoning board meeting in Boca Raton, Florida, a woman by the name of Ashley Cream made a bold and somewhat controversial request. She stood up in front of the board and advocated for the establishment of a “Sugar Daddy-Mommy Appreciation Day.”
According to Cream, Florida has the “largest per capita population of sugar daddies in the US,” and in the areas of Miami, Palm Beach, and Boca, there exists a significant number of these “aged benefactors.” Cream was accompanied by an elderly man who stood behind her as she made her plea.
Cream explained that “sugar daddies” and even “sugar mommies” are responsible for providing financial support for college educations, cars, homes, vans, jets, and even the occasional body enhancement. She went on to suggest that these generous individuals should be celebrated for the contributions they make to society.
The woman argued that these “sugar daddies” are responsible for supporting the local economy and therefore should be honored with their own designated day. She implored the board to consider the creation of a “Sugar Daddy and Mommy Appreciation Day” on March 10th, which would recognize and celebrate these individuals for their generosity and kindness.
While her request was met with some skepticism and amusement from the board members and those in attendance, Cream’s argument raises interesting questions about the role of “sugar daddies” and “sugar mommies” in modern society. Whether or not her request is granted, it’s clear that these individuals do play a significant role in the lives of many, and their contributions are certainly worth acknowledging.