While it never occurred to most of us that we could make bank on our virginity, there are some women who've found a way to monetize their purity. Twenty-year-old Brazilian woman Catarina Migliorini auctioned off her V-card this week for $780,000, more money than most of us have made since we lost our virginities (for free). Migliorini sold her virginity for a noble cause. She told the media that she planned to donate as much as 90 percent of the profit to charities that will build homes in the Brazilian state of Santa Catarina.
Well, that's one way to raise money. Perhaps not the way I would have chosen, but you can't deny that it's creative. Still, I always feel a pang of sadness when confronted with the reality that a woman can make the most fast cash by selling her body, however admirable her reasons may be.
In the last couple of years, we've heard stories of more than a few women who've profited from auctioning off their virginity to the highest bidder -- whether it was to fund a college education or just to make a quick buck, or lots of bucks. Click through to see some women who chose to sell it and why. [Huffington Post]
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