Does anyone else see something wrong with this?

The girl picture above, who rolls under the pseudonym Natalie Dylan, is currently auctioning off her virginity to the highest bidder, whose efforts have raised the value of her unscathed you-know-what to an alleged $3.7 million. That is, until the auction is over — or the authorities butt in. (No pun intended.)

The moral issue with this isn’t because she (ironically) graduated from college with a degree in women’s studies. Nor is it because she is inspired to complete this task because of her sister, who raised enough money to pay for her own undergraduate career entirely through prostituting herself for a few months. In fact, the moral issue of this lies in the fact that her actions are totally legal.

Yep. You read correctly: this girl cannot be stopped from ebay’ing her chastity belt/integrity. The legal feasibility of her mission lies in her auctioning off her untouched box from Nevada, specifically – a place whose nasty, fabulous happenings stay there once they’ve occured.

(As a sidenote, the PSAP lot should totally, totally plan a trip to LV soon. Anyone else down? I think it’s a fabulous idea. I hear it’s meant for lovers, cheap bastards, and youngins destined to have debilitating vices in their lives in the near future.)

The feds apparently can’t do a thing to stop Ms. Dylan, as prostitution is legal in the state of Nevada. The best part about this case? She’s going to use the money to further her studies in women’s education by pursuing a MA in Family & Parenting studies.

WTF?! what do you think? love, DA.


2 responses to “Does anyone else see something wrong with this?

  1. polisciafterparty

    I read about this yesterday…it really is an intersting situation. She plans on fulfilling the “sale” at the bunny ranch brothel in nevada…simply amazing. If everything is legal, and someone is willing to pay obscene amounts of money for this, I say way to go. If i had known that virginity goes for a few mil on the internet, i might have re-thought some things in the past…

    Here’s my question though…how in the hell are we to be sure she is, in fact, a virgin??

    Also, on the idea of a Vegas Congress…HELLS YES!!!


  2. polisciafterparty

    I don’t see a problem with it. We have two consenting adults engaging in what is, self-evidently, a mutually beneficial transaction. She is a legal adult and we should treat her as such- what she wants to do with her virginity is not our decision to make. Conversely, if some idiot wants to spend that much money on what is likely not much more than a novelty, I’m not going to get in the way (though I may question his judgment). You may find it “morally wrong” but I don’t think it’s the government’s province to regulate those things which harm no one except (arguably) the people involved (so long as they consent). Who are we to decide for them?


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