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Tall and curvaceous, with long, peroxided hair, a fake tan, red, skin-tight jeans ('So not my normal style, I haven’t even put my eyelashes on today’) and a Louis Vuitton tote donated by one of her 'benefactors’, Howarth meets me, a fortnight before the launch party, at a London hotel.

'I’ve always had a thing about older men,’ she says.

'I’m in coffee,’ replies the man, bespectacled, balding, old enough to be her father.

This is the British launch of Seeking Arrangement, a hugely popular American website 'for those seeking mutually beneficial arrangements’.

If you are confused as to what 'mutually beneficial’ might mean, you need only spend a moment navigating the site to understand.

Here’s 'Gorgeous’: 23, blonde and indeed – judging by her photo – beautiful.

'I’m mature and I’ve done a lot, but guys my age are all about, “Here’s my number, now text me,” and then they take me to Nando’s.

’ Howarth joined Seeking Arrangement eight months ago.

After that she met another two men, one 43 and one 47. He had his own business and we got on really well; he was so funny.He’s 52, his body type is 'average’, his 'net worth’ is 0,001 to

After that she met another two men, one 43 and one 47. He had his own business and we got on really well; he was so funny.

He’s 52, his body type is 'average’, his 'net worth’ is $750,001 to $1 million (£485,000 to £650,000).

Or what about 'The Perpetual Partier’, 57, from Florida, who, while not exactly George Clooney, earns more than $1 million (£650,000) a year and is prepared to bestow $10,000 to $20,000 (£6,500 to £13,000) a month on his 'sugar baby’?

'We may never meet but he said he was sending me the gifts as insurance for a future relationship.’ Others have paid to fly her to Dubai. We call it living in the sugar bowl.’ Helen Croydon, a 34-year-old writer and broadcaster from London, believes that no matter how emancipated we are, at a primal level women like to be 'spoiled’ and men to spoil.

'Cavewomen’s children would survive if a man could share his resources.

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After that she met another two men, one 43 and one 47. He had his own business and we got on really well; he was so funny.He’s 52, his body type is 'average’, his 'net worth’ is $750,001 to $1 million (£485,000 to £650,000).Or what about 'The Perpetual Partier’, 57, from Florida, who, while not exactly George Clooney, earns more than $1 million (£650,000) a year and is prepared to bestow $10,000 to $20,000 (£6,500 to £13,000) a month on his 'sugar baby’?'We may never meet but he said he was sending me the gifts as insurance for a future relationship.’ Others have paid to fly her to Dubai. We call it living in the sugar bowl.’ Helen Croydon, a 34-year-old writer and broadcaster from London, believes that no matter how emancipated we are, at a primal level women like to be 'spoiled’ and men to spoil.'Cavewomen’s children would survive if a man could share his resources.

million (£485,000 to £650,000).Or what about 'The Perpetual Partier’, 57, from Florida, who, while not exactly George Clooney, earns more than

After that she met another two men, one 43 and one 47. He had his own business and we got on really well; he was so funny.

He’s 52, his body type is 'average’, his 'net worth’ is $750,001 to $1 million (£485,000 to £650,000).

Or what about 'The Perpetual Partier’, 57, from Florida, who, while not exactly George Clooney, earns more than $1 million (£650,000) a year and is prepared to bestow $10,000 to $20,000 (£6,500 to £13,000) a month on his 'sugar baby’?

'We may never meet but he said he was sending me the gifts as insurance for a future relationship.’ Others have paid to fly her to Dubai. We call it living in the sugar bowl.’ Helen Croydon, a 34-year-old writer and broadcaster from London, believes that no matter how emancipated we are, at a primal level women like to be 'spoiled’ and men to spoil.

'Cavewomen’s children would survive if a man could share his resources.

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After that she met another two men, one 43 and one 47. He had his own business and we got on really well; he was so funny.He’s 52, his body type is 'average’, his 'net worth’ is $750,001 to $1 million (£485,000 to £650,000).Or what about 'The Perpetual Partier’, 57, from Florida, who, while not exactly George Clooney, earns more than $1 million (£650,000) a year and is prepared to bestow $10,000 to $20,000 (£6,500 to £13,000) a month on his 'sugar baby’?'We may never meet but he said he was sending me the gifts as insurance for a future relationship.’ Others have paid to fly her to Dubai. We call it living in the sugar bowl.’ Helen Croydon, a 34-year-old writer and broadcaster from London, believes that no matter how emancipated we are, at a primal level women like to be 'spoiled’ and men to spoil.'Cavewomen’s children would survive if a man could share his resources.

million (£650,000) a year and is prepared to bestow ,000 to ,000 (£6,500 to £13,000) a month on his 'sugar baby’?'We may never meet but he said he was sending me the gifts as insurance for a future relationship.’ Others have paid to fly her to Dubai. We call it living in the sugar bowl.’ Helen Croydon, a 34-year-old writer and broadcaster from London, believes that no matter how emancipated we are, at a primal level women like to be 'spoiled’ and men to spoil.'Cavewomen’s children would survive if a man could share his resources.

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