A leading anti-abortion group is blasting Sugar Daddy founder Brandon Wade’s offer to pay for women’s abortions as being nothing more than a publicity stunt.
Wade, the founder of Seeking Arrangement, a website largely used by older men (sugar daddies) to date younger women (sugar babies), said in a Tuesday video posted to YouTube that he’s offering to pay for the abortions and travel expenses of women who live in states like Alabama, which recently passed the strictest abortion law in the nation.
He said in the video that his girlfriend, Zoe Glaze, and her sister were raised in Gadsden, Alabama, and both “wept” when the state’s abortion ban was signed into law. He also advocated for Planned Parenthood’s controversial sex education lessons to be taught in schools.
To pay for the travel expenses of women seeking out-of-state abortions, Wade said in the video that he and Glaze are starting a charity called Fight Against Poverty. An online search for the organization reveals that it has yet to be launched.
In response to Wade’s video, Kristi Hamrick, spokesperson for Students for Life of America, told The Christian Post: “In the interest of ‘fairness,’ you would think he would also offer child support and college tuition for those who choose life for their babies. This publicity stunt ignores two important facts. One, that abortion harms women, and two, that babies deserve better.”
CP contacted Seeking Arrangement on Tuesday for comment regarding the financial details of Wade’s offer and asked if he’s also going to have a minimum age requirement or screen for victims of abuse, but those questions went unanswered.
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Melissa Barnhart