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'dream Come True': 19-Year-Old Auctions Virginity For $4.3 Million

17 November 2017 - 21:13

A 19-year-old US model claims to have sold her virginity to an Abu Dhabi-based businessman for nearly $4.3 million on a controversial auction website.

Cinderella Escorts, a Germany-based website which encourages young women to auction their virginity to wealthy older men, says the winning bid of 2.5 million euro ($3.87 million) beat an offer of $US2.4 million ($3.16 million) from a "Hollywood actor" and $US1.8 million ($2.37 million) from a "Russian politician".

The woman, known as Giselle, said in a statement released by the website that it was a "dream come true", reports News.com.au.

"Every woman has to decide on her own if it is worth to give her virginity for free to a boyfriend who maybe later on will break up with her, rather than selling it," she said.....


$4.3 million?  T'were me, $43.00, if I've had a few.

Whats the bet, that in 20 years time, if the "Abu Dhabi-based businessman" still has a substantial amount of money, she'll claim rape or molestation? and all because he's rich and theretofore, in a position of power taking advantage, of the innocent victim girl...

Victoria's Secret Model On Sexual Harassment: 'they Expect Me To Get Naked'

11 November 2017 - 18:28

And again in the deluge a la Weinstein, we are force-fed another piece of so called journalism, that informs us that this woman, 'Sara Sampaio' is a victim of male harassment.

link to article - http://www.nzherald....jectid=11943042

It turns out that a woman who has made a career out of and is now paid oodles of money for, getting her kit off, says that it's all harassment.

Well I've done the google image test, and as you can see, go to Sara Sampaio nude  click images, whilst some of the more porno images are obviously fake, the rest seem to be, genuine efforts to earn, fame and fortune by getting her kit off.

And prima facie evidence here https://www.portrait...ne-autumn-2017/

I would go so far as to say, that if she'd never posed nude, which is something she's obviously done a thousand times, she'd probably be working in the local chemist, of maybe have become the girlfriend of a rich man.


If I were the guy that posed for the photos and advertising of the Marlboro Man, would I complain when they said, 'hey we want photo you for the next campaign, lotsa money, can you wear a cowboy hat and a gun and smoke one of these' ?

Part Test, Part Stunned About Women's Avarice

10 November 2017 - 19:44

So women are prepared to pay $1,000 NZD for a bag, with a Dinosaur on it, because it has a brand name.

Even though it's made in the same SEA factory that makes the $5 bags found at the local market.

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The Mother Jailed For Refusing To Vaccinate Her Son Says She Would 'do It All Over...

14 October 2017 - 23:58


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Because it's like: Makeup will fix that, right?

New Zealand's Sex Industry Model 'as Useful As A Burst Condom'

14 October 2017 - 22:38

After many many years of feminists trumpeting NZ's laws, around hooking, as progressive and pro women, and these laws being put in place in large part by 'our' Helen Clark, there's this:

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Author Julie Bindel​, a combative radical feminist from England, and former New Zealand sex worker Sabrinna Valisce​ have been making international headlines with their scathing critique and tales of abuse.

Speaking from Bergen, Norway, the morning after a book launch, Bindel says her work is a grassroots, investigative expose of legitimised sex work around the world.

A prostitution abolitionist, she uses words unlike those used in New Zealand's sex industry....

...It's not sex workers or prostitutes; it's "prostituted women". Brothel owners are pimps or abusers, no bones about it. Johns or sex buyers aren't always punters; they're also abusers.

And the service provided by women in the sex industry is spoken of in violent terms.

"Sex for a woman, when you don't want it – in any orifice – is a horrible experience, even when we're not describing it as rape. Calling it work, and doing it over and over again in one day, is a form of torture."

more at the link:


Why do women, who purport to be pro feminist and seem always to be spitting tacks, usually look like Julie above? and very rarely like Brigitte below?

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