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Auctioned to the Highest Bidder

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Imagine what could you spend $550,000 on?

Was a woman's virginity what you were thinking? We weren't...

A twenty-seven year old woman, using the nom de plume Elizabeth Raine is currently auctioning of her virginity to the highest bidder.

The "Med School Virgin" has been taking bids since March 31st and only recently made her face and this project public. Before she abstained from giving any personal details about her true identity for fear of getting kicked out of Medical School.

With her fears aside, the project that she has been developing for over a year is making headlines and facing critisim.

Sorry guys, she's not looking for love, for her it's all just a business transaction.

Oh, and to skirt around the prostitution laws here in the U.S the transaction will be happening in Australia.

Interested? The bidding is up to $550,000 and runs until May 7th... 
 

Photo Courtesy of: http://www.elizabeth-raine.com

Photo Courtsey of Elizabeth-Raine.com 

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