By Henry Makow
“Natalie Dylan”, the 22-year-old San Diego woman who is auctioning her virginity to pay her tuition is a Women’s Studies grad.
Her decision to prostitute herself is the natural result of an “education” ( i.e. indoctrination) that trashes marriage and family. It also shows how feminism, which pretended to oppose the sexual objectification of women, has had the exact opposite effect.
Sounding every bit the feminist, Ms. Dylan (not her real name) says: “I don’t have a moral dilemma about it. We live in a capitalist society. Why shouldn’t I be allowed to capitalize on my virginity? I understand some people may condemn me. But I think this is empowering. I’m using what I have to better myself.”
This girl has a degree in Woman’s Studies and yet thinks her most valuable asset is her vagina?
Yet she wishes to raise the price of that commodity by recalling the traditional morality that held virginity in high regard.
Can she have it both ways?
Men put a value on virginity only in a wife. Virginity in a prostitute is not an asset, but a serious liability.
Dylan proposes to complete the transaction at a Nevada brothel where her sister already works. Why would a man pay an exorbitant price for an amateur when he is surrounded by pros?
In 2004, Rosie Reid, an 18-yr. old British lesbian sold her virginity for $20,000. Reid admitted the experience was “horrible” but blessedly brief. “It was horrible. . . I felt nervous and scared,” she said.
How much pleasure can a man get from sex with such a woman? Dylan’s venture exposes her (and society’s) naive attitude about sex. If a man’s satisfaction were merely sexual release, he could masturbate. His pleasure comes from the woman’s total emotional and physical response to him. A prostitute or a professional virgin is not going to satisfy him. Continue reading