Confessions of A White, Southern Sugar Baby evolved from the crazed, racist mind of a sociopathic White man that chronicled the story of a former prostitute that was sold into prostitution, at age sixteen, by her sharecropping father. Penelope’s sharecropping father sold her to a wealthy, shrewd, White, Southern businessman for a measly five thousand dollars. As the sociopathic White man is chronicling Penelope’s detestable story of child-trafficking, kidnapping, rape, incest, and murder, he finds himself lusting for her affections, as he awaits the end of the story to have his own way with Penelope. Set in the early 1920s, after the Civil War and Reconstruction, wrought by wealth, prejudice, lynchings, and utter disdain for women’s worth, this White businessman, with a penchant for young women, will stop at nothing to stockpile these young women for his sexual pleasure, until he meets up with a gun-toting devout Christian woman. This work includes, but not limited to, kidnapping, murder, sex trafficking, nudity, violence, prostitution, rape, misogyny, religion, sexual battering, crossing the color lines, pandering, racism, blackmail, and graphic language, to include a really shocking finish.