Elizabeth Raine, the alias of a med school student who got a final offer of $801,000 in an auction of her virginity, may have canceled the sale.
Scallywag & Vagabond quoted from a post from Raine's blog
saying that she had decided not to go through with the sale, however the post was later deleted removed.
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The woman, who uses the Raine pseudonym, started the auction with the goal of attaining an $800,000 bid.
According to S&V, Raine wrote Thursday, “The bidding closed yesterday as planned (high bid was $801,000), but I am here to tell you that the terms of the auction will not be fulfilled. With the blessings of my management and the high bidders, I have decided to put a stop to this kerfuffle (to describe it nicely) and return my focus to my medical training. I still do possess some spitefully strong beliefs about virginity, prostitution, and a woman’s right to do as she ... pleases, but school is my first priority (as it has been for my entire life). At this point, I no longer care about the auction, at all. This was a very easy decision.”
But that post has been removed from her blog
The home page of the auction website
also changed Thursday afternoon to display, “Bidding Closed. High Bid: $801,000. To protect the privacy of Liz and the Successful Bidder, there will be no further updates at this time.”
Raine released photos of herself for the auction last week.
On May 4, she addressed the meaning of the auction on her blog, saying, “It is no longer about the money. Instead, very broadly, it is about how society continues to exercise control over female sexuality by chaining it tightly to female morality. It is about the fact that we have not left patriarchy in the past (we all know male morality is not judged by the same standard), and that a woman still cannot chose to do with her body what she pleases without eliciting condemnation and hate from those (or some of those) around her.”
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