A woman has put her virginity up for auction.
Bailey Gibson, 23, is an adopted daughter of devoutly religious parents and lived in an all-girls Christian boarding school growing up, but has decided to try a new way of life and has promised the highest bidder will be able to pop her cherry at a brothel.
In a blog post, according to The Sun Online, she said: ''I grew up nestled in a gated community in the suburbs of Sacramento, California.
''I was adopted when I was one year old, and grew up with very strong Christian values as my adoptive father was an elder at our home church.
''I was not allowed to watch TV, listen to any music other than Christian music, have friends over, or have sleepovers ever. If we did watch a movie, it was on the Hallmark or Disney channel. If we were allowed to watch TV, we were allowed to only watch programmes like 'Little House on the Prairie'. I remember sneaking and watching Carmen Sandiego cartoons and Hannah Montana with my sister.''
Bailey is planning on losing her virginity at the Bunny Ranch - which is owned by Dennis Hof who has capitalised on a number of deflowerings over the years - in Nevada.
Hof said: ''She's a good girl, as sweet as they come.
''She wanted to save herself for the right guy and live what she thought was a wholesome and righteous life, and the world threw her a nasty curve ball.''
''So many millennials find it difficult to get their footing in today's post-recession America, and young women have it harder than anyone.
''I applaud Bailey for using every commodity at her disposal to make a better life for herself and cultivate a prosperous future.''
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