Since the dawn of time, men have paid a pretty dime for a roll in the sack with the ladies of the night; it’s now wonder it’s called the oldest trade
Now there is a fairly new wave that is catching fire, that of selling your virginity online to the highest bidder for a specific amount of money.
Some of these ‘Virginity Auction’ stories have gotten a lot of media attention such as the case of 18-year-old lesbian Rosie Reid who auctioned her virginity on Ebay in order to pay for her university education.
A year later an 18 year old Peruvian model called Graciela Yataco offered to seller her virginity in order to help her poor family and sick mother and was reportedly offered 1.5 Million Dollars by a Canadian man.
In 2014, a Nashville bible-thumper called Sarah Miller offered her virginity on E-Bay to raise money for Church repairs. Saudi billionaire Saad Hariri won the auction with a bid of $975,215.61 and the sex was really bad. With Sarah claiming that the billionaire was very hairy and sweaty. As if that ordeal was not bad enough, the church she had sacrificed her virginity for banned her for life…after they accepted the money she raised .Through their spokesman, the church claimed that they did not approve of the way Sarah Miller had raised the money and that is why they banned her from attending the church.
Now an 18-year-old woman called Aleexandra Khefren is offering to sell her virginity to the highest bidder in order to buy a home for her parents who are up for eviction in February next year.
She says that she got the idea from watching ‘Indecent Proposal’ a film where a millionaire played by Robert Redford offers a down-on-their-luck couple a million dollars for a night with the wife played by Demi Moore.
But unlike Demi in the movie Aleexandra’s virginity will come for much more as her virginity will not come for less than 1,067,4917 (108,729,910 Kshs ).
If someone offers to pay the hefty amount to pop her cherry, Aleexandra revealed that it will be a walk in the park of both of them as she is not afraid of having a horrible experience.
“I am thinking it is strictly business not emotional. I think it will be alright, I think a glass of wine will be enough to get through.” she told presenters Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield of this morning.