Companionship and Compensation Relationship; study of Sugar Daddy and Sugar Mummy Culture in Kathmandu

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B.P. Dahal

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This research article mainly focused on sugar relations impacts mostly on younger age because the sugar daddies and sugar mummies of old age established the sex relations with younger for their benefits-mostly materials and partly social, cultural and political. Usually, adolescents and young engage in premarital sexual relationships, while sugar daddies and mummies in extra-marital relation and sex either sequentially or simultaneously in Kathmandu were found. This study mainly focused on the sugar relationships; mainly for sexual relations for transactions that were field studied in Kathmandu to describe the well combination of popular types of premarital sexual relationships, with extra marital to examine relationships that are developing in the modern urbanized and complex societies like Kathmandu. In this study sugar relationship is examined as a transactional sexual relationship in which a younger partner offers companionship and sexual services to sugar daddies and mummies in return for material compensation. 

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Dahal, B. (2021). Companionship and Compensation Relationship; study of Sugar Daddy and Sugar Mummy Culture in Kathmandu. International Journal of Anthropology, 36(3-4), 183-202. https://doi.org/10.14673/IJA2021341079
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B.P. Dahal, Department of Anthropology Patan Multiple Campus, Patan Dhoka Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal

Dahal B.P.
Department of Anthropology
Patan Multiple Campus, 
Patan Dhoka
Tribhuvan University, 
Kathmandu, Nepal