In return for acting as a generous benefactor, you will get a good-looking escort at your beck and call.We have become used to the notion of WAGs and gold-digging floozies who latch onto rich male prey, but what sort of man targets wealthy women to fund his lifestyle?“When you think about love in an Islamic way, the co-wife idea makes sense.” According to Mizan Raja, who set up the Islamic Circles community network and presides over the east London Muslim matrimonial scene, women are increasingly electing to become “co-wives” – in other words, to become a man’s second or third wife.As I reported last year in the , Raja gets five to ten requests every week from women who are “comfortable with the notion of a part-time man”.
1) He calls you ‘baby’ If you meet someone online and within a few messages they’re telling you how much you mean to them, and how they love you to bits: stay away.Numbers culled from various dating sites have consistently shown both sexes prefer to date down the age spectrum rather than up. ), is one of the largest websites and apps designed to help users find their mates, but it works in an unconventional way.Users allow the app to access their Facebook profile, and people are then are paired based on interests.To sweeten the appeal, AYI also flags any mutual friends the prospective pair share. If not, they can click “skip.” (MORE: Does Online Dating Make It Harder to Find ‘the One’?) AYI pulled data from its 68 million downloads and 20 million Facebook profiles to see which subscribers are making successful matches.A dapper City boy listening to Raja whispered to me: “Actually, that’s not right. I wouldn’t be able to do it.’ But the more that time went on and I started thinking about it, especially more maturely, I saw the beauty of it.” They agreed on the terms of the marriage by email, covering details such as “how many days he’d spend with me and how many days he’d spend with his other wife, and money and living arrangements”.