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Selling your Virginity?

By September 26, 2008 - 1:45pm
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A 22 year old woman is currently legally auctioning off her virginity and the bid is up to one million dollars. She wants to pay for graduate school and further women's studies and believes this to also be a social commentary - based on people's reactions to her decision.

Losing one's virginity is usually unforgettable. Not always in a good way, mind you - it can be painful, lonely, quick, boring and awkward. Adding to the fact that this man will be a perfect stranger may not help.

She is undertaking medical exams to prove her virginity and will go through a legal Nevada brothel.

Is this a personal decision that no-one should judge?

Is this dangerous for her health, both emotional and physical?

Many women have lost their virginity in a drunken grope so what makes this less moral?

Or is she putting a price on something that should be priceless?

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EmpowHER Guest

I completely agree with you that losing your virginity is painful as well as something that should not be bought or sold. Prostitution is the oldest profession and legal in Nevada. I cannot imagine selling myself for any amount of money but if this is the case for this woman, I say to each her own.

Honestly, it will be the quickest $1,000,000 she will ever make (no pun intended). It is a one time deal. Hopefully someone will check the male that buys her virginity so she does not obtain the most expensive disease and she can move on with her career.

I would love to hear the aftermath of this story if anyone is following it.

September 27, 2008 - 3:05pm
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