While sugar daddies and philanderers would seem to have a vested interest in keeping contraception as accessible as possible, both companies have a track record of trying to tap into the political zeitgeist whenever possible.
Wade endorsed Mitt Romney for president in January, calling him an exemplar of “sugar daddyism” after the former Massachusetts governor took out his wallet and gave to an out-of-work 55-year-old woman who met him on the campaign trail and detailed her financial problems.
I hated being locked up from the second grade on in a room. At the age of 9, Limbaugh received a Remco Caravelle, a toy radio that could transmit on AM frequencies up to 500 feet away.
“Now they've chosen to deny themselves that access, and that's a business decision, and it's theirs alone to make.”“Rush’s recent remarks [about Sandra Fluke] are a lot of the reason” for Seeking Arrangement’s ad buy, said Wade.
“It’s outrageous that a lot of the other advertisers have pulled out.” He went on to bemoan that “mainstream media tends to call sugar babies prostitutes.” Asked if he considered the 30-year-old law student a “sugar baby,” Wade paused, and then gave a lengthy answer before settling on “no.”Biderman took a less ideological approach, saying he’s just “building a brand.” “People seem to believe their job isn’t to broadcast, just to judge,” he said.
He went on to explain why he believed his family had a change of heart about his pursuits. Following high school, Limbaugh briefly attended Southeast Missouri State University; he left the school in 1971, after one year of enrollment to pursue a career in radio. He was fired from stations in Missouri and Pennsylvania for being too controversial as news commentator.
"My whole family thought I was destined for failure," he later recalled.