A 27-year-old medical student is looking to walk away with more than the requisite disappointment when she finally loses her virginity. She wants CASH.
“Elizabeth Raine” (that’s a pseudonym, as she wants to remain anonymous through this process) is a medical student at an unnamed university who claims to be a virgin, and not just on a technicality — she says she’s never taken her pants off in the presence of a man, nor have they taken their pants off in front of her.
But now she’s ready to end all that. And it could be you who benefits — as long as you have the cash. And don’t need to see her face. And think modesty is overrated. From her website:
In case you have not yet heard what precisely this is about, I am a sensually stunning, highly educated, and charismatic American woman who has placed a 12-hour date with me atop the auction block. And did I mention I’m a virgin? Yes, that’s right; I have made the bold (but not thoughtless) decision to auction off my virginity. I hope you are intrigued! … I think you will discover I am a unique, captivating, and truly remarkable young lady, virginity aside.
This is hardly an unprecedented move, though none of the previous attempts have worked out. A Brazilian Playboy model sold her virginity for $780,000 as part of a promotion for Virgins Wanted in 2012, only to have the deal fall apart. The same happened when 22-year-old Natalie Dylan snagged a winning bid of $3.9 million at Nevada’s Moonlite Bunny Ranch in 2009.
The Daily Dot tracked down “Liz” earlier this week to ask her about those failed attempts. She didn’t seem too concerned:
“The difference between my auction and Natalie Dylan’s or the most recent one in Brazil is I’m not interested in publicity,” she told me (I refrained from reminding her she was talking to a reporter). “There was a huge amount of publicity around [Natalie Dylan’s] auction, and I think she decided not to go through with it because she got what she wanted out of that. The purpose of this is to achieve the highest bid possible.”
“My virginity has absolutely no meaning to me,” she said in the same interview. “And it never has. So I see absolutely no reason why I shouldn’t sell it.”