Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Natalie Dylan auctions off virginity for offers of more than £2.5 million

Natalie Dylan, virginity



Natalie Dylan, 22, is auctioning off her virginity to fund her master's degree in Family and Marriage therapy. Her offer of a one-night stand has persuaded 10,000 men to bid for sex with her and has reached £2.5million ($3.7m).


Miss Dylan, who has a degree in Women's Studies insisted she is not demeaning herself. The California resident, said she was persuaded to offer herself to the highest bidder after her sister Avia, 23, paid for her own degree after working as a prostitute for three weeks.


Miss Dylan said she received a lot of attention from a wide range of men, including "weirdos", "those who get really graphically sexual about what they want to do to me" and "lots of polite requests from rich businessmen. I know that a lot of people will condemn me for this because it's so taboo but I really don't have a problem with that. I think me and the person I do it with will both profit greatly from the deal." She added: "It's shocking that men will pay so much for someone's virginity, which isn't even prized so highly anymore."


Miss Dylan has no right to auction off her virginity. Her virginity belongs to her future husband should she choose to get married. By losing her virginity so recklessly she takes from her husband the one thing that she can never give him. This special gift can only be given once and she is denying that from her husband.


This action by Miss Dylan is an abuse of her sexual powers. Sex was never meant to be sold at a price. It has a purpose, to bring new life into the world and unite husband and wife together in a special way.


Sex is being abused so much these days. Instead of being an expression of love and total self giving to the other spouse it has now become, for some, a commodity which can be bought and sold. This cheapens it and lowers its dignity within society. It's not just a personal contract that's going on here, it has an impact on everyone.


As a future “Family and Marriage” therapist you would think that Miss Dylan would be aware of the nature and purpose of sex.



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10 comments:

Aussie Therese said...

This does give her the money to pay for her degree but there will be long term consequences for her actions that I am sure she doesn't even think about at the moment.

Secular Heretic said...

She could end up getting a disease. Perhaps the guy will secretly video tape it.
She might come to her senses later in life and then have to go through the process of forgiving her self.

Euripides said...

A rich man once approached a beautiful woman and asked her if she'd have sex with him for a million dollars.

"Yes I would!" the woman responded.

"Would you have sex with me for one dollar?"

"Certainly not!" the woman replied. "What kind of woman do you think I am?"

"We've already determined that," said the rich man. "Now we're just fixing a price."

Secular Heretic said...

Great little story there Euripides. I think you have have just summarised my whole article.

Pearl said...

Okay, there is so much wrong with this I don't even know where to start. First, marriage and family therapist hopeful promoting prostitution as a legitimate means for garnering income? Wow. I hope she never has any clients upon which she can bestow her gross naivete and ignorant disregard for marriage and family.

Next, "polite requests from rich businessmen...." What, is she doing background checks on these people? How does she know they're actually polite, rich businessmen and not the weirdos she claims to know outright?

Then she offers the saddest, truthful bit of information ever heard without any remorse for the fact that she is actually contributing to the problem(!): "It's shocking that men will pay so much for someone's virginity, which isn't even prized so highly anymore." Oh gee, I wonder why it's not "prized so highly?" Maybe because people like Natalie auction it off to the highest bidder instead of cherishing and preserving it!

And the audacity to claim that "I think me and the person I do it with will both profit greatly from the deal." Yes, little Miss Natalie, you'll be walking away with a boatload of moolah if you don't get yourself killed in the process. But can you think beyond the leafy greens? Do you have any idea of the psychological impact this may have on you and your future husband (if you ever have one)? And do you really esteem your virginity so much that you believe your client will "profit greatly" from it? Sounds like what we have here, folks, is a bit of a narcissist.

Oh, and she "insist[s] that she is not demeaning herself." Yeah, right. Because putting a price on her divine nature, her womanhood is so very uplifting. Glorified prostitution. This should be just as illegal as "working-a-street-corner" prostitution.

Ugh. What happened to working an honest job for your college tuition? What *lovely* role models we have for our future generations of beautiful young women.

I say it outright because I'm so disgusted. Shame on you, Natalie Dylan. Shame on you.

Pearl said...

Euripides, great story. Hits the nail square on the head. Wish I could approach this disgusting story that calmly. Seriously. I guess this world will always have bad people, broken people, stupid people, and very, very confused people right along with the good, calm, level-headed, hard-working, humble people.

Secular Heretic said...

I keep wondering what her father thinks of this whole affair. Perhaps he is dead or has nothing to do with the family.

There seems to be a contradiction in what she is saying about the value of virginity. She says that "It's shocking that men will pay so much for someone's virginity, which isn't even prized so highly anymore." She claims it is not "prized highly" and yet the price is 2.5 million. No one pays that just for a pretty face, it seems that her claim to virginity has something to do with it.

Pearl said...

Huh, you're right, Secular Heretic. Good point. If it's not "prized highly," then why are so many people bidding these exorbitant prices to have sex with her? She even advertises it specifically as her virginity, not just sex. Someone obviously prizes it more highly than she herself does.

thejournalistachronicle said...

Just when we think we've seen and heard it all. . . Not to be judgmental, but seriously, these men are really convinced that this woman, who would so carelessly offer herself up for money, is actually a virgin? Has the definition changed? Have I missed something?

If she is a virgin, and this would be her first time, then I am saddened for her by the lack of understanding for the sacredness of such an intimacy, and how it is only intended to occur within marriage between a man and a woman. She must also be lacking a fundamental part of her self-esteem. She might think it's ok now, but she will not feel that way after its over. No amount of money could compensate for such a loss. I really hope she changes her mind. It sounds like she thinks this is ok because it will be just one person, rather then several like her sister.

Hopefully this just turns out to be a publicity stunt. I can't believe that she thinks she would have any credibility as a marriage and family therapist after a stunt like this. I thought that at the very least therapists should have common sense. . .

Thanks for the post Secular. Things keep getting weirder every day...

Secular Heretic said...

I agree with what your saying Pearl and thejournalistiachronicle. She doesn't seem to value her virginity or even her self. This attitude must run in the family since her sister worked as a prostitute also.