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North West Regional College has 86 members of Seeking Arrangement.com, while Southern Regional College has 71.

According to the website's survey, Belfast came 13th in a Europe-wide survey of its membership numbers.

University lecturer and women's activist, Goretti Horgan, said the agency's figures were an indictment of that reality.

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(with) sugar daddies (who) are respectful gentlemen".

"Because the relationship between a sugar daddy and a sugar baby is romantic in nature, most sugar relationships will likely involve sex," he recently wrote on the website.

"Unfortunately, because of the of recent tuition hikes, the college experience has become greatly unbalanced.” He added: “While some may argue that these women are just using men for their own personal gain, I believe that they are proactive in pursuing a higher education.” Although a survey conducted last year by the website found approximately 80 per cent of all relationships conducted through Seeking involve sex, Wade has rejected criticism that the nature of the site could be interpreted as a form of prostitution.

Speaking last year, he said “sugar babies” – young women using the website – were “intelligent and goal-oriented ladies, while sugar daddies are respectful gentlemen.” He wrote on his website: “Because the relationship between a sugar daddy and a sugar baby is romantic in nature, most sugar relationships will likely involve 'sex' ...

I'm not a member of any, purely out of curiosity - I was discussing these sort of sites with my housemates which offer casual encounters/nsa sex, like etc.

They said alot of the female profiles on there are fake designed to get you to pay up for full membership.

Some 168 Cambridge students joined Seeking – a controversial US-based internet dating website which matches attractive young women with wealthy, usually older men – last year.

Eight of the other top 20 universities using the website were based in London.

The latest figures from the Las Vegas-based agency also claim to show a sharp rise in the number of so-called 'college sugar babies' using the service in the last year.

They appear to indicate that Queen's University is ranked 16th of the fastest growing 'sugar baby schools' in the UK.

The figures quoted show 222 students at the Belfast university have signed up to the website, including 120 who joined last year.

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