I know times are tough, but I never thought I would ever hear of a young woman purposely selling her virginity to the highest bidder. Apparently, a 22 year old Sacramento State college graduate going by the stage name of Natalie Dylan will place her virginity up for auction at the infamous Nevada Bunny Ranch. Her goal is to earn enough money so she does not have to work while she attends graduate school – in Marriage and Family Counseling no less.
She discloses her reasons for pursuing this “venture” in the CNN video below.
Right or Wrong?
I’m not going to take a definitive right or wrong stance on this issue because it’s fairly obvious where most of society will make their stand. It’s a free country, so it’s her choice and let her live with the after effects.
I can understand her dilemma because I was also a broke college student, but like many others before and after me, we (men and women alike) found ways of making it happen.
I’m just curious if she tried to find alternative means of financing, or if she is just going for the quick payday for one night’s work. It certainly won’t be difficult to find a sketchy pervert with a weird fetish and a fat wallet in this country.
How to pay for college when you’re broke?
Bottom line, if you’re a college student facing a similar situation there are always alternatives to settling for the most extreme measures. Of course, this takes some planning and using your brain.
In Natalie Dylan’s case, it would seem she has chosen to use different anatomical parts to resolve her problem, but one thing is for certain – it takes some serious moxie to pursue this decision after the publicity she has received.
On the flipside, you just know some Geraldo Rivera like journalist will be waiting outside after the “big night” is over asking for interviews, or dare I say, a play-by-play.
Looking to the future, it will be interesting to see the fall out regarding her choice. If she speaks positively about the event, will this type of venture become more commonplace? Could the Bunny Ranch have just found a new business niche and set up a drive through lane to meet demand?
Only time will tell.