Bailey Gibson recently announced that she is joining a rise in young women selling their virginity online. And now, the 23-year-old Christian has opened up about the reason behind her bold decision.
With hopes of earning in the region of £7 million, Gibson advertised her innocence via Nevada’s famous Moonlite Bunny Ranch.
The 23-year-old explained: “For me, to give up my innocence for less would be criminal. I’m worth it, and the man I lose my purity to will be someone who understands the true value of my untouched womanliness.”
And it was a past relationship which prompted the Californian to make her final decision.
Gibson recently dated a fellow Christian, who agreed to wait until marriage to have sex, only to find out that he cheated on her twice with two different women.
“After grieving for a while, I came to the conclusion that waiting until marriage to lose my virginity was the wrong decision, because my ex-boyfriend wasn’t worth waiting for,” the 23-year-old admitted.
And Moonlite Bunny Ranch owner Dennis Hof admires her confidence.
“Most girls would settle for far less than what Bailey is striving for,” Hof said. “I always tell my working girls, ‘If you can believe it, you can achieve it’. Confidence is everything in the sex-selling game, and Bailey has it in spades.”
The 23-year-old is just one of a growing number of women hoping to fund their studies or dream lifestyle by selling their virginity.
And so far, Gibson has received an overwhelming amount of attention.
“Interest is off the charts. The biggest surprise is not that we’re getting a lot of bidders, we expected that. The unexpected side-effect of this auction is that the Bunny Ranch is being inundated with voluminous requests from girls who want to sell their virginity,” Hof told news.com.au.
“This virginity-selling phenomenon is bigger than even we folks at the Bunny Ranch expected. We have received over one thousand requests from virgins wanting to sell since January,” he continued.
The news comes after 18-year-old Italian student, Nicole, decided to auction her virginity in the hope of funding a place at Cambridge University.
Read more from Yahoo Style UK: