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Posted Wednesday, January 14, 2009                                                                         

Student Natalie Dylan from San Diego auctions her virginity, reportedly got bids up to $3.7 million

By Catey Hill, Daily News Staff Writer                   

Going, going, gone! Sold to the highest bidder!

No, it's not a painting or a trip. It's Natalie Dylan's virginity.
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Dylan, a 22-year old student from San Diego, is selling her virginity to the highest bidder, according to the Daily Telegraph.

She claims she has received offers up to $3.7M for a one-night stand with her, the paper reported.

Dylan says that 10,000 men have bid to have sex with her, according to the paper.

"I think me and the person I do it with will both profit greatly from the deal," Dylan told the paper.

Dylan wants to auction off her virginity to pay for her master's degree in Family and Marriage Therapy.

She was inspired to do this by the actions of her sister, Avia, who worked as a prostitute for three weeks to help pay for her degree, the paper reported.

"I know that a lot of people will condemn me for this because it's so taboo but I really don't have a problem with that," Dylan told the Daily Telegraph.

Dylan is confident that she is not degrading herself by auctioning her virginity. "My study is completely authentic in that I truly am auctioning my virginity but I am not being sold into this. I'm not being taken advantage of in any way," she told the paper.

"It's shocking that men will pay so much for someone's virginity, which isn't even prized so highly anymore," she told the paper.

© Copyright 2009 NYDailyNews.com. Reprinted from The New York Daily News of Wednesday, January 14, 2009.
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