Even though L.A. is not the sugar daddy capital of America, the website that says so is still throwing a party here to match up rich douches with the fake girls who love them.

SeekingArrangement.com's “Los Angeles Sugar Daddy Party” happens downtown Friday, according to the site. It's not just any party matching cheesy people. It's a 50 Shades of Grey-themed shindig. Yep.

Before you go we suggest plastic trash bags with head-holes cut out to protect you from the ick of all that shallow socializing:

In a statement sent to the Weekly and other outlets, the site says this will be the …

… largest gathering of successful men and gorgeous girls seeking mutually beneficial relationships in Los Angeles.

But here's where it gets L.A.-freaky. SeekingArrangement says this event will have a masquerade theme …

Credit: SeekingArrangement.com

Credit: SeekingArrangement.com

… bringing together beautiful and glamorous women who want to find themselves a real “Christian Grey,” and the highest caliber of wealthy, successful men who are seeking their own “Anastasia Steele.”

Site CEO Brandon Wade says, “Over 15% of the new members signing up on our website are looking for a real life Fifty Shades relationship.”

Ug, right? These are the people who should be in Vegas paying $10,000 for a table and a bottle of vodka.

Interestingly, although L.A. only ranked fifth in the site's recent look at top sugar-daddy cities, SeekingArrangement says the greater Los Angeles market, including Orange County, is “SeekingArrangement.com's largest market with over 100,000 active users.”

Wade explained to us previously that “Los Angeles remains #1 in terms of our revenue source, so yes you are right that Los Angeles is the SUGAR DADDY capital of the world by numbers…. but by population density, unfortunately it isn't number 1.”

And so the statement today does call Los Angeles “the 'Sugar Daddy' capital of the world” even if we lost out in the rankings (San Francisco came in at No. 1).

The $150-per-idiot rich-guy event (women pay $75, incredulously) is sold out, but there is a wait list: Info.

Like we said, bring some sort of protection.

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