New Zealand Student Auctions Virginity Online
Her virginity went to a stranger for almost $31,900, money she will use to pay for college.
A 19-year-old student in New Zealand needed money to pay for her college tuition. So, she went online to a website called ineed.co.nz and set up an online auction to sell her virginity to the highest bidder.
Using the name, “Unigirl,” the student described herself as a healthy, fit, and attractive young woman who had never had a sexual relationship. She said she would give her virginity to the highest bidder of her auction “as long as all personal safety aspects are observed” and with full awareness of “possible consequences,” reports the Times of London.
The response “Unigirl” recieved was overwhelming and far exceeded her expectations. “Thank you to the more than 30,000 people who viewed my ad and to the more than 1,200 offers made,” she wrote on the Ineed website after the auction was completed. “I have accepted an offer in excess of $NZ45,000, which is way beyond what I dreamt.”
Ross MacKenzie of Ineed told the Waikato Times newspaper that the auction “Unigirl” conducted on his website “was OK” as long as it was legal and not offensive. New Zealand police could not see that any law had been broken, but they didn’t recommend that women follow in “Unigirl’s” footsteps. (Fox News, Times of London)