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Virginity For Sale

by Zoe Waters

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Cover art by Stephan Maloman

As I flipped through an Australian newspaper someone left on a cafeteria table, it dawned on me how I would pay my university tuition for the next two and a half years; I would sell my virginity. A woman in Australia had gone on a reality TV show and sold hers for $750,000 US. If I even got a fraction of that, I could continue my education.

My parents were killed in a car crash the day before I graduated high school. After their estate was settled and my sister got her half, I was left with just enough to cover my university expenses for one year. I’ve been working two jobs since the day after the funeral but I am still not going to be able to pay for next year despite the small grant I received. Dropping out was not an option; I had no alternative but to figure out a way to come up with the money. Now I had.

I Googled the Australian lady and learned more about her story. She and a guy who claimed to be a virgin had both gone on the reality show in a quest to auction off their virginity (separately, not together.) The lady had to provide proof of her virginity in the form of a doctor’s examination and confirmation. The guy had no way to prove that he was a virgin so his top bid was $3,000. As prostitution is illegal in Australia and the show’s producers didn’t want the virgin or the Japanese businessman who ‘purchased’ her virginity to be arrested, the duo planned to rendezvous on his private plane in an undisclosed location. It sounded like a fair trade to me.

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