Medical Student Offers Her Virginity for Sale to the Highest Bidder

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   May 1, 2014   |   11:46AM   |   Washington, DC

We’ve seen stories over the years where teenage girls have auctioned off their virginity for tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars. Now, an American medical student is offering her virginity for sale to the highest bidder.

elizabethraine2Using the alias “Elizabeth Raine,” the medical student says she is a virgin and will offer a medical examination and polygraph to the highest bidder to prove that is the case. According to her web site, Raine attends a prominent medical school in the United States and says she is cultured.

On one page she says she doesn’t offer any face photos on her web page but adds she will provide them to the winning bidder at the close of auction of May 3 and that the winner may withdraw their bid if he thinks she is not attractive enough. Another page about her identity has several face photos.

Raine says she will engage in the intercourse in Australia to flout American law, where prostitution is only legal in the state of Nevada. The auction, she claims, isn’t to raise funds for herself but to expose and oppose them. She says on her web site: “Why should it be illegal to sell something that is perfectly legal to give away?”

elizabethraineBids from around the world have already topped $100,000 and reportedly have gone as high as half a million.

From a report on Raine:

She writes on her blog that she is not using the auction “to earn status, money, or feed my own ego.” However, she does note that she obviously wants the financial benefit.

Her height is listed as 5’10” and her weight as 130 lbs, with blonde hair and green eyes.

“I approach people with warmth and curiosity, and I am careful not to overlook anyone. I have found the most complex and wonderful individuals are rarely the most obvious ones,” reads one of her self-described details.



“I hate to plan life, and instead embrace its mysteries and twists, in addition to its breathtaking moments,” she describes, although she said she has been planning the auction for one-year and is “more educated about prostitution, virginity and slut-shaming.”

She has promised to donate 35 percent of the auction proceeds to a charity “that brings education to women in developing countries.” She adds that she is not making such a gesture due to guilt, but instead because she doesn’t need all the money.