Each season we tackle a new story. The Sugar Baby Confessionals is a true story unfolding over two years. What if your best friend – your best, married friend – embraced the sugar baby lifestyle – not by necessity, but by choice? Sara-Mae Tuson’s BFF, Ruby, did just that. Sexy? Scary? Judge for yourself.
We follow two years of Ruby's life, so it's important to listen from Episode 1. In the Sugar Baby Confessionals, the girl talk gets candid as Sara-Mae and Ruby talk about love, sex and life as a Sugar Baby.
Dark Sugar Digestif
Hollywood film producer, David, talks to us about effect of the #MeToo movement, Harvey Weinstein, feminism, sex work and much more. Plus, David has some cracking stories about the sugar dates he’s been on, grilling Ruby about dealing with shame, privacy and other issues.
Binge season 1 to hear Ruby’s back story, in which producer Sara-Mae interviews her married BFF about her sugar dating adventures.
Part I: Heartbreak unparalleled
Our 2018 British Podcast Award winning season 1: The Sugar Baby Confessionals, has caught the attention of David, a real life Hollywood film producer… and also sugar daddy. Ruby and Sara-Mae interview David about the LA sugar dating scene, mental health issues, the Harvey Weinstein effect, #MeToo movement and much more.
Heyer Today - teaser
Help us raise the money to complete Fable Gazers season 2, which takes a deep dive into the life and work of Georgette Heyer, plus a book club, a cinematic investigation and amazing guests like Stephen Fry, Joanne Harris, Mary Jo Putney and more.
Support us now! Go to our crowdfunding page here: https://igg.me/at/heyertodaypodcast/x/13375442#/
Music from Jerome Alexander of Message to Bears and Danny Green of Laish. Original theme tune composed by Sara-Mae Tuson and Tom Chadd.
The cookie crumbles
“He doesn’t love me, he doesn’t want me, he doesn’t need me…”
Two and a half years after starting our conversations, and one year since we last recorded, Ruby takes stock of the effect of the sugar baby experience on her life. There are tears and laughter in this final episode, as we hear Ruby bare ALL.
This climactic finale has Ruby breaking down, as she reveals the difficult choices she made in the name of love…have she and FP broken up? Is The Brit still a fixture in her life?
Madelaine updates us on what’s she’s been up to a year since we last spoke. She’s bought a house and lives independently with her cat in the suburbs. Well, not quite independently. There’s still a very important person lingering on in her life... can you guess who?
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Tipsy Tart Part 2 (Feminism and mental health)
We chat to Lauren, a psychologist + feminist on the possible psychological effects of sex work on the sugar babies. Journalist Bibi Lynch and ex-sex worker + comedienne Miranda Kane from the Good Sex Bad Sex podcast talk everyday sexism and why we should combat sex worker stigma.
Bibi Lynch - www.bibilynch.com
Miranda Kane - www.mirandakane.co.uk
Good Sex Bad Sex podcast: https://metro.co.uk/2018/03/28/good-sex-bad-sex-podcast-episode-1-with-annabelle-knight-do-men-name-their-fleshlights-7413362/
Loved every minute of this
I am SHOOK that this is not a viral podcast. I fell in love with every character and am gutted that it’s over! Wow bravo
I can’t believe this show only has 62 ratings on apple podcasts. I listen to a lot of true crime, and recently stumbled upon a really sad episode about a very young “sugar baby” who had been murdered. I was curious about this whole situation so I looked for an intelligent, well done podcast about this world. This podcast was way more than I bargained for. It talked about the sugar baby world, yes, but also had me reflecting on my own sexuality, relationships, broken marriage, feminism... this host is amazing and these women are so smart and honest. This is a hidden gem of a podcast and I would listen to anything this host produces!!