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..theres quite a number of women on mamba.ru looking for men to sponsor their holidays in exchange for some p***y..
Some of the posts are disturbing..there just something thats not quite right with this..is this not a form of prostitution?
One Ukranian wrote the following
I am looking sponsor for holidays . Want to meet serious man with whom I can spend good time and to know him, maybe we will have relationships. I wish to go to hot exotic country in may-june. If you are agree - write me
If you are not ready to pay for our rest then dont write.
First, Ukraine or Russia isn't 3rd world country. Second, woman has a p***y and wants luxurious life. men has money for a luxurious life and wants p***y. on this site they found way. someone wants a serious relationship, and some wants fun and luxurious life.... to each his own. This is popular website.
I love the site.
One girl is a 19 year old Orthodox Believer looking for a husband or boyfriend (my Russian isn't that good), up to age 30. She wants kids and a home. Not interestd in sponsorship.
Two other women - in the ad - are bisexuals. One a prositute, clearly, the other just a bad girl interested in a man.
Again, very clear.
I greatly prefer a site like this where they can say what they want.
And I certainly don't see what's wrong with sponsorship versus ONS's etc.
A woman who had been a rich man's mistress for two or three years - let's say when needing to support a kid from previous - would be more desirable to me than someone who had been hooking up with 10-15 different guys a year for the same time span.
I recognize that not all will agree.
Anyway IMO (not extensively researched) this is not a prostitution site, it is a site that lets high-class escorts post along with mistress wannabes and regular girls.
Btw, thanks for posting.
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