A new billboard has gone up near the UCLA campus, and it has some neighbors and students feeling pretty offended.
The ad is for the website ArrangementFinders.com and reads "Need a summer job? Date a sugar daddy." According to the Huffington Post, the website says it is trying to help young female students who have debts to pay.
But some UCLA students say the ad is degrading to women and should be taken down. One student told a local TV station, "I'm just surprised because it's assuming women can't get a job using their minds."
ArrangementFinder.com is owned by the same company that runs the cheating website Ashley Madison.
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