It is more than any other American college listed in the report, topping Columbia at 1.8 percent, the New School at 1.7 percent and CUNY at 0.25 percent.
“Facing a lifetime of debt slavery, the millennial generation is doing whatever they can to avoid homelessness,” noted the widely read economics blog Zero Hedge.com, drawing attention to statistical evidence that since 2009, the number of student sugar daddies has grown by 1,200 percent.“There aren’t a lot of women who believe in the traditional sex for love.”Sex for money, gifts, trips and clothes, however, seems to be going gangbusters. “There are more than 2,700 sugar daddies registered with Seeking Arrangement in the Denver area and 202 sugar mamas, according to the website,” the Denver newspaper reported. The Seeking homepage says finding a sugar daddy means “unpaid bills no longer have to be a concern” and you can “indulge in shopping sprees, expensive dinners, and exotic travels.” Zero points out the millennials facing enormous tuition loan debts and looking for a sugar daddy is not limited to women, as 15 percent of “sugar babies” are men, and “Sugar Mommas” advertise on the site along with “Sugar Daddies.” The Denver Post reported an increased registration on Seeking Arrrangement.com, coming largely from among the state’s university population. “Now they are flocking to Seeking to prostitute themselves so they can pay for school.” “Crimes of the Educators: How Utopians Are Using Government Schools to Destroy America’s Children” reveals how the architects of America’s public school disaster implemented a plan to socialize the United States by knowingly and willingly dumbing down the population.He says he's met close to 500 sugar babies in the past four years.