most of the older sugar daddies though move on to the next spring chicken once you become tired and old news.
That's true if the sugar boy only has looks and a body to offer, I do not quantify myself just as that. I have talent and skill to offer that is not ordinary.
I'm not sure you really understand the market you're trying to break into.
A personal story about the Fort Lauderdale-area gay community:
When I moved here 8 years ago nobody knew me. And I didn't come with a lot of stuff. I left almost everything I had behind with my ex-BF. Piano, flat-screen TV, furniture, kitchenware, etc, I just didn't wanna be bothered, when I didn't know where I was headed, what I was doing.
And a lot of bad memories that I just wanted to finally put behind me. Most of those things had been gifts from me for my late partner, and they reminded me of that loss. I couldn't look at them anymore.
So I basically arrived here with little more than luggage. And my future husband started dating me, eventually taking me into his home. I'll never forget that he did that when I appeared to be little more than a homeless, penniless drifter.
And you shoulda seen his gay friends, all couples, circle the wagons! It was so obvious! I may have been in my late 50s, but a gold-digger is still a gold-digger, and can have his sugar daddy. Their hostility & distrust was palpable.
So a few months after I moved in I bought my partner a brand new car, 100% cash, and put it in his name, and took care of the insurance and gas, as I still do. And started buying him other things, like a big flat screen TV, a dishwasher (his broken), new computer, bed, all kinds of stuff, started paying all his monthly bills.
All of a sudden I was nicknamed "Saint Robert" by his friends, who invited me into their homes, giving me smiles where previously there had been scowls.
Be aware this can be a very tight-knit & protective gay community. I'm part of it myself now. Come here as a leech, a gold digger, and you're gonna find it rough going.
And as was already mentioned here, sugar daddies often quickly tire of their bois. A wonderful dramatic example is the HBO Liberace biopic "Behind the Candelabra".
Many sugar daddies are always looking for newer & fresher candy, so don't expect to have a steady job in that field. Not a lot of long-term career prospects there. Come to the market with some cash of your own, and you might have a better chance. Talent & skill alone may not be enough, unless you can convert that into actual income, and support yourself on more than good looks & charm.