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Cape Town - Older men showering young women with expensive gifts is nothing new.But a modern day spin on the phenomenon, dubbed “blesser-blessee” whereby young women are lavished with cars, apartments and even overseas trips in exchange for sex, has been criticised as “sugar daddies on steroids”.But despite the potential risks, two experts in the field say there is no need to shy away from online dating as long as precautions are taken.Nick Tsinonis, co-founder of Scamalytics, which creates software designed to prevent scammers from targeting people on online dating sites, offered a range of advice as to how to stay safe while interacting with a prospective date online.The trend has raised alarm bells, with the National Department of Health warning there is cause for serious concern.Businessman Serge Cabonge is the mastermind behind and a similar Facebook page.

The “blesser” trend has been criticised as online prostitution, resulting in the hashtag #Morals Must Fall or #Love Must Fall.(This) can encourage exploitative sexual relationships which can result in unsafe sexual practices such as sex with people of unknown HIV status, “ Bekker said.Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi’s spokesman, Joe Maila, said the department was embarking on a national campaign focusing on five key objectives to try to stop the trend.He is allegedly one of the country’s top “blessers” and has publicly said he is willing to “bless” a “blessee” who would agree to having unprotected sex with him.He was quoted as saying he had the “right to enjoy the power of his money to the fullest.” The website and Facebook page connect “blessers” and “blessees”.

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