Virginity auctioned off online by a Med Student who goes by the name Elizabeth Raine, and got the highest offer of $801k for the sex exchange deal was canceled. The girl backed out from the huge offer for the price of her virginity, for reasons that she wants to focus more on her studies as a medical student.
The website "www.elizabeth-raine.com" where the auction was offered closed the bid at $801k, and has informed everyone that in order to protect the privacy of the girl and the winning bidder, the site will no longer provide updates as of the moment. Upon checking the availability of the website, it seems that it was already shut down.
Elizabeth Raine started the auction on March 31, selling off her virginity to highest bidder. She initially made statements that the virginity auction was made for financial reasons, and adding that it will also provide her with adventure, eroticism, and a way to lose her virginity while making money.
The 28-year-old med student, Elizabeth Raine, has been planning to auction off her virginity online for quite sometime, and after posting the proposal in the internet, she finally got a high bid of $801k although she eventually backed off from the deal.
The virginity auction girl also posted a blog post saying that she won't be able to fulfill the terms of the auction and is planning to rather prioritize her medical studies first. According to Gawker, Elizabeth wrote a message saying "With the blessings of my management and the high bidders, I have decided to put a stop to this kerfuffle and return my focus to my medical training. I still do posses some spiteful strong beliefs about virginity, prostitution, and a woman's right to do as she damned pleases, but school is my first priority."
Elizabeth Raine slammed the door of the auction and said that she no longer cares about it, and it was an easy choice to turn down the offer. After canceling the sale of her virginity, some reports noticed that there she changed and became more political on her posts. She went from selling her virginity to making statement saying "It is no longer about the money, it is about how society continues to exercise control over female sexuality by chaining it tightly to female morality."
Reports also went out that the med student said to not judge her based on the virginity auction, although many believes that the act itself proved that it is a similar to what prostitutes do and canceling the deal does not entitle her for a different opinion.