January 16, 2009

$3.7 Million Bid for Woman's Virginity - Feds Say It's Okay

Natalie Dylan.jpg(San Diego, California) In September 2008, a 22-year-old San Diego woman calling herself Natalie Dylan, a pseudonym for safety reasons, announced that she is auctioning her virginity on the Internet.

Natalie Dylan is offering her maidenhood to a bidder selected from entrants participating online via bunnyranch.com, the website for Nevada's infamous Moonlight Bunny Ranch.

"I'm not just looking for the highest bidder," says Dylan. "I'm looking for someone who is a genuine, overall nice person."
Interest in Dylan's virginity thus far has been brisk. Over 10,000 bidders have put a price on her precious flower with the highest, reported by the Bunny Ranch, at $3.7 million.

Understandably, some groups object to prostitution being advertised over the Internet, fearing that the immoral and indecent practice will reach beyond the borders of the bordello state. However, legal experts contend that prostitution is allowed under Nevada law and there are no federal laws which prohibit advertising legal goods and services for sale. Actual completion of the sale, of course, will have to occur in Nevada. (more)

Another pic in extended entry - probably NSFW.


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