About us

Welcome to the age of the sponsorette, where no one has breakfast at Tiffany’s and a 9 to 5 job is an urban legend. What is a sponsorette, you ask? It’s a woman who is put on a pedestal, typically through social platforms such as Instagram, by men who ogle them and women that idolize and aspire to be just like them. Typically found on a beach, martini in hand, on a Tuesday at 3 PM, they seem to be living the life we all want. The question we are all dying to know, however, is, “Who takes these pictures?” The answer? Their sponsors.

A sponsor is a wealthy male, that typically falls into one of three categories: Larry, the hedge fund CEO ; Mohammed, the sheik: or Jamal, the basketball player. Sadly, the glitz and glamour of a sponserettes lifestyle comes with a price tag. Whether it’s being flown to Dubai by Mohammed to be shat on by him and his fellow sheiks, or flying to Vegas with Larry the CEO, these women are being paid for pussy. These sponsorettes are glorified prostitutes with malnourished brains and nothing to offer but two holes and a large derrière. Don’t get me wrong, there’s nothing wrong with having a sugar daddy, as it’s beneficial to both parties. But all of a sudden, there is a surge of women with small waists and disproportionate butts that have 50k + followers on Instagram, with booking info in their bios. Booking what? Pussy. The problem here is, is that these sponsorettes put on a facade that they are signed models, fitness chicks, bartenders, real estate agents, marketing executives, or some obscure form of employment. Don’t models have agents? Don’t fitness chicks actually work out? How does a weekend bartending gig finance private jets? Don’t real estate agents and marketing executives actually work, not lay under a cabana on a different island every week? They might as well start putting their rates in their bios as well, because they won’t be fooling anyone much longer. We have nothing against prostitution, but we are against women who sell pussy and put down those who actually work to make a decent living. We are against fraudulent hoes, pretentiousness, and bigotry. We look down upon and expose hoes that pretend they built their accomplishments by working hard and not laying on their backs. Hence, why we don’t take submissions of strippers and pornstars, as these women will not try to fool you. They’re upfront with what they do, unlike sponsorettes.

We all know what you did for those red bottoms and LV purse. We know you paid for the FHM magazine shoot to use as a credible back story for you flourishing “modeling career”. We know what #blessed means and most importantly, we know who took all those pictures of you, alone on a beach, on a jet, on a yacht. Remember, just TagTheSponsor