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Williamsser
Sep 12th, 2008, 08:53 PM
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,420681,00.html

22-Year-Old Auctions Off Virginity to Pay for College
Wednesday, September 10, 2008


A 22-year-old college grad looking to pay off her student loans will auction off her virginity at Nevada's infamous Moonlight Bunny Ranch, Us magazine reported.

The Sacramento State grad, who uses the pseudonym "Natalie Dylan," told "The Insider" she is "ready for the controversy."

"I don't think auctioning my virginity will solve all my problems, but it will create some financial stability," she said, according to the magazine.

Dylan was turned down by eBay, and shock-jock Howard Stern denied reports he has a hand in the stunt.

"Through this process I'm not just looking for the highest bidder," she said, Us magazine reported. "I'm looking for someone who is a genuine, overall nice person."

Dylan said she is willing to undergo a medical exam, and took a polygraph to prove she is a virgin.

ViennaCalling
Sep 12th, 2008, 08:55 PM
I saw it in the news yesterday ... smart girl :lol:

saint2
Sep 12th, 2008, 08:55 PM
Oh my God...College really makes people idiots....

Man is born wise. Then goes to school- annonymus

Wigglytuff
Sep 12th, 2008, 09:22 PM
smart girl!! hope she makes a good deal of money

saint2
Sep 12th, 2008, 09:25 PM
smart girl!! hope she makes a good deal of money

Even if she will, she'll waste it on total unnesecary things, so what? :p:p

abercrombieguy23
Sep 12th, 2008, 09:28 PM
Even if she will, she'll waste it on total unnesecary things, so what? :p:p

cause you know her right? :rolleyes:

Kuilli
Sep 12th, 2008, 09:29 PM
Oh, it's a girl. I thought it was Brashkoala.

saint2
Sep 12th, 2008, 09:31 PM
cause you know her right? :rolleyes:

First of all, don't cry
Second of all, it obvious that "paying student's loan" isn't as good investition as beer and cigaretters, wich I'm investing my money in...

young_gunner913
Sep 12th, 2008, 09:53 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Fe4GBTVvsg

tenn_ace
Sep 12th, 2008, 11:01 PM
sounds like a case of prostitution. she should not be surprised if charged...

dybbuk
Sep 12th, 2008, 11:21 PM
sounds like a case of prostitution. she should not be surprised if charged...

Prostitution is legal in Nevada I think.

TheFifthAvocado
Sep 12th, 2008, 11:26 PM
Oh, it's a girl. I thought it was Brashkoala.

:spit: I was thinking the same thing.

Prostitution is legal in Nevada I think.

Yes it is. :lick:

venus_rulez
Sep 12th, 2008, 11:47 PM
OMG! Sac State is my alma mater. I wonder if I know her :tape:

Just Do It
Sep 12th, 2008, 11:49 PM
That's not that bad idea.

Marshmallow
Sep 13th, 2008, 12:19 AM
Oh, it's a girl. I thought it was Brashkoala.

:lol:

Is it all that smart when the media are reporting on it, and probably her family will be harassed and shamed for her act of prostitution.

rockstar
Sep 13th, 2008, 03:31 AM
i remember seeing this a few days ago, and someone said that it was better for her to lose her virginity like that than on the backseat of a toyota :lol:

Danči Dementia
Sep 13th, 2008, 03:52 AM
oh let the girl have a good fuck and pay her school.........:o :tape:

(probably it won´t be a good f$uck....losing virginity for girls is not nice in most cases)

Scotso
Sep 13th, 2008, 04:01 AM
Good for her. Better than being the normal college whore like most, I guess.

Oh, it's a girl. I thought it was Brashkoala.

:haha:

O.M.G. That was hilarious.

abercrombieguy23
Sep 13th, 2008, 04:05 AM
First of all, don't cry
Second of all, it obvious that "paying student's loan" isn't as good investition as beer and cigaretters, wich I'm investing my money in...

:rolleyes:= rolling eyes emoticon

and for part 2.... this is the confused emoticon :confused:

darrinbaker00
Sep 13th, 2008, 04:16 AM
Ho, ho, ho.....

égalité
Sep 13th, 2008, 06:24 AM
Oh, it's a girl. I thought it was Brashkoala.

If it were Brashkoala we would've seen a thread called "How do I auction off my virginity?"

Cat's Pajamas
Sep 13th, 2008, 06:33 AM
Where can I place a bid...

Scotso
Sep 13th, 2008, 06:37 AM
Where can I place a bid...

I'd be more interested if you were the seller. :drool:

No Name Face
Sep 13th, 2008, 11:59 AM
At least she's making money

Kart
Sep 13th, 2008, 01:58 PM
I wonder what sort of person would bid for this.

Nabendu
Sep 14th, 2008, 02:15 AM
I tryed to auction my virginity but my father didn't like the idea of auctioning virginity on the internet. maybe the local newspapers in the classified sections would work?

kittyking
Sep 14th, 2008, 02:37 AM
It's prostitution, it's just a shame that shes getting media attention for it. She aint all that hot :shrug:

kittyking
Sep 14th, 2008, 02:39 AM
I'd be more interested if you were the seller. :drool:

Dude, he's straight!

Scotso
Sep 14th, 2008, 03:11 AM
Dude, he's straight!

Is he?

I was kidding anyway. And even if he were straight, how would that affect it? :p

Scotso
Sep 14th, 2008, 03:13 AM
It's prostitution, it's just a shame that shes getting media attention for it. She aint all that hot :shrug:

What's wrong with prostitution? People have sex for a large variety of reasons, very few of them having anything to do with love and such. So what's the problem with having sex for money?

Nabendu
Sep 14th, 2008, 03:19 AM
There is nothing wrong with prostitution at all. I have used prostitutes for my pleasure on many occasions. They are as satisfying as an ice cream on a hot summers day

darrinbaker00
Sep 14th, 2008, 03:34 AM
What's wrong with prostitution? People have sex for a large variety of reasons, very few of them having anything to do with love and such. So what's the problem with having sex for money?
People steal for various reasons also, but that doesn't make stealing any less morally or legally wrong.

Scotso
Sep 14th, 2008, 09:01 AM
People steal for various reasons also, but that doesn't make stealing any less morally or legally wrong.

Yes, because prostitution has so much in common with theft.

I don't base my definitions of right and wrong on the law. I don't think anyone should. I think it's rather clear that many things are illegal without being wrong, and many things are legal without being right.

As for the morality of prostitution, that's rather ambiguous, no? I see something as "wrong" when it adversely affects a person without their consent. When you steal from someone, you are harming them against their will. Prostitution is consensual. I don't believe there should be such a thing as a "victimless crime," if there is no victim, there is no crime.

Frankly, I don't believe that anything should be illegal just because it offends someone's sensibility. If you think prostitution is wrong, don't be or hire a prostitute. In other words, mind your own business.

Destiny
Sep 14th, 2008, 09:18 AM
:lol:

Who would bid is :tape:

tenn_ace
Sep 14th, 2008, 10:38 AM
what if she decided to do the same but to donate money to the charity? what would people say?

saint2
Sep 14th, 2008, 10:45 AM
what if she decided to do the same but to donate money to the charity? what would people say?

I'd change my mind, if she'd decide to do the same but to dodate money to me :p:p:p

Scotso
Sep 14th, 2008, 11:18 AM
what if she decided to do the same but to donate money to the charity? what would people say?

That she's an idiot.

Marshmallow
Sep 14th, 2008, 12:12 PM
What's wrong with prostitution? People have sex for a large variety of reasons, very few of them having anything to do with love and such. So what's the problem with having sex for money?

Yes, because prostitution has so much in common with theft.

I don't base my definitions of right and wrong on the law. I don't think anyone should. I think it's rather clear that many things are illegal without being wrong, and many things are legal without being right.

As for the morality of prostitution, that's rather ambiguous, no? I see something as "wrong" when it adversely affects a person without their consent. When you steal from someone, you are harming them against their will. Prostitution is consensual. I don't believe there should be such a thing as a "victimless crime," if there is no victim, there is no crime.

Frankly, I don't believe that anything should be illegal just because it offends someone's sensibility. If you think prostitution is wrong, don't be or hire a prostitute. In other words, mind your own business.

I could be wasting my time because this might just boil down to differences in opinion. Idealogically, there is a case for prostitution no doubt. Ideologically, these men and women just love sex so much that they making money from it is an added bonus. But in the various cases I've come across on Prostitution - mostly female prostitution - Prostitution tends to be a last resort (throw in drug habit, poor childhood etc etc). The simple point being that in reality a significant proportion of women in prostitution don't want to be, and don't enjoy it. It's gotten to a stage now where we even have women from poor countries and young girls taken from their families and tricked into thinking they were going to get fabulous Jobs and wealth, ending up as sex slaves sleeping with 500 men per night.

Would this situation be changed if prostitution was legalised? I doubt it, but it's hard to say. Because you also have the issue of mysogyny that has it's place in female prostitution. The mind set that you go to do to a prostitute what you can't do to your wife - it happens in real life prostituion (maybe not idealogically).

There's also an issue with self respect, and how much these people really want to be prostitutes or whether is some last resort. Ideologically may think well you have men and women who just love sex... in reality does the woman in question REALLY want to be used by this man, and possibly degraded for what ... a sandwich, a new blousse?

There are some other points I wanted to make, but they've slipped my mind right now. In essence I think IDEOLOGICALLY prostitution is fine, when you have 2 consenting individuals who just want to have sex - but when this becomes industrialised, it becomes hard to govern and esure the safety of the people participating. There are a lot of vulnerable people who get sucked into this industry - and just tolerating it makes it hard to protect them. That might be one of the major reasons why so many places have banned it, not because it insults sensibility, but because the dangers involved and potential harm is difficult to manage.

Marshmallow
Sep 14th, 2008, 12:21 PM
what if she decided to do the same but to donate money to the charity? what would people say?

Not directed at you tenn_ace - just wanted to quote someone :lol:.

I'd also just like to add, relating specifically to this case about the college girl, I'm a little sad by all you folks saying smart move...

Now don't get me wrong, I'm not an uptight conservative though I might sound like one saying this, but I think it's a little sad that self-respect, and class count for so little! [Just because other people sleep around drunk, with people they regret the next day... doesn't make that alright either]. What unique to this case as opposed to a drunken thing, is that she's not really doing it because she wants sex - but she's selling it to the highest bider...

I guess I can't explain but I guess it's just differences in opinion. I hope she doesn't regret it and respect her choice to do so though. :shrug:

Marshmallow
Sep 14th, 2008, 12:38 PM
:lol:

Who would bid is :tape:

I wonder what sort of person would bid for this.

Good points. I actually think no-one will bid now especially considering there's some media interest involved.

So then... this girl put her vagina up for sale, and no-one will want it. What will it do to her self esteem :awww: :tape:

*JR*
Sep 14th, 2008, 02:26 PM
I wonder what sort of person would bid for this.
Seems that some website got hold of a picture of the girl:

http://www.skinz.org/celebrity/lindsay-lohan/LindsayLohan1024_2.jpg

drake3781
Sep 14th, 2008, 04:59 PM
Prostution is not legal in all of Nevada, but it is in some Cities, including the location of this Bunny Ranch. It is not legal in Las Vegas, for example.

Scotso
Sep 14th, 2008, 09:42 PM
I could be wasting my time because this might just boil down to differences in opinion. Idealogically, there is a case for prostitution no doubt. Ideologically, these men and women just love sex so much that they making money from it is an added bonus. But in the various cases I've come across on Prostitution - mostly female prostitution - Prostitution tends to be a last resort (throw in drug habit, poor childhood etc etc). The simple point being that in reality a significant proportion of women in prostitution don't want to be, and don't enjoy it. It's gotten to a stage now where we even have women from poor countries and young girls taken from their families and tricked into thinking they were going to get fabulous Jobs and wealth, ending up as sex slaves sleeping with 500 men per night.

Would this situation be changed if prostitution was legalised? I doubt it, but it's hard to say. Because you also have the issue of mysogyny that has it's place in female prostitution. The mind set that you go to do to a prostitute what you can't do to your wife - it happens in real life prostituion (maybe not idealogically).

There's also an issue with self respect, and how much these people really want to be prostitutes or whether is some last resort. Ideologically may think well you have men and women who just love sex... in reality does the woman in question REALLY want to be used by this man, and possibly degraded for what ... a sandwich, a new blousse?

There are some other points I wanted to make, but they've slipped my mind right now. In essence I think IDEOLOGICALLY prostitution is fine, when you have 2 consenting individuals who just want to have sex - but when this becomes industrialised, it becomes hard to govern and esure the safety of the people participating. There are a lot of vulnerable people who get sucked into this industry - and just tolerating it makes it hard to protect them. That might be one of the major reasons why so many places have banned it, not because it insults sensibility, but because the dangers involved and potential harm is difficult to manage.

You're right, of course, it's a last resort for some (most?) people, and that is very sad and I wish it weren't the case. I doubt there are many people who work as prostitutes that really want to be doing it. But, I don't think you can blame society for their problems... most of them brought it on themselves. I don't know many people who love their jobs at McDonalds or Wal-Mart, either, they take them because they don't really have any other choice. Should those jobs be illegal?

My opinion on the point you raise is basically that people who feel that they have no other choice are going to work as prostitutes whether or not it's legal. Just like they feed their drug addictions despite the fact that it's illegal. If you feel you have no other choice, then the law is not going to stop you.

At least if prostituion were legal, the industry could be slightly regulated to protect both the prostitute and the clients.

I agree that for most of them it's not an ideal situation, but I don't think that that is sufficient reason for it to not be legal.

Scotso
Sep 14th, 2008, 09:43 PM
I'd also just like to add, relating specifically to this case about the college girl, I'm a little sad by all you folks saying smart move...

I think most of these people were being sarcastic. I certainly was.

Williamsser
Jan 28th, 2009, 10:11 PM
22-Year-Old's Virginity Auction Hits $3.7 Million

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,479746,00.html

A San Diego woman who is auctioning off her virginity said she has now received a bid of $3.7 million, according to a published report.

Natalie Dylan, a 22-year-old San Diego woman, said she got the idea for the auction after her sister was able to pay for her college education after prostituting herself for three weeks, according to the London Telegraph.

RenaSlam.
Jan 28th, 2009, 11:54 PM
Damn. Brillant.

Uranium
Jan 28th, 2009, 11:55 PM
This happened I believe in an episode of Law & Order: SVU, she winded up getting raped and killed...but that is just TV shows.