Elizabeth Raine Auctions Off Her Cherry

By Lex March 20, 2014 @ 3:10 PM

Elizabeth Raine In Lingerie To Auction Off Her Virginity
Far be it from me to criticize modern feminism. But much of it seems to eerily reminiscent of old fashioned whoring. You can slap the female empowerment tag on it, but it still seems pretty vagina transactional. Like the Duke student who employs cutting and paid sex on camera to feel like a righteous bra burner. Or this chick Elizabeth Raine, who is auctioning off her virginity online to help pay her medical school bills. Naturally, Elizabeth Raine is not her real name, it’s just a stage name that a girl who’s a virgin and in medical school thought sounded sexy. As with her true identity, Elizabeth is also hiding her face from potential buyers, because, you know, when has a girl who hides her face online ever not turned out to be super hot?

The concept does not offend me, it is a unique opportunity for excitement and growth, and I need not mention the nice financial bonus. So you see, how could I deny myself this experience only because of the diverging beliefs of others? If I did, I would just feel like a coward, and this I am not. — Lizzy Raines

The only part of that worth reading is financial bonus. Though it must be noted Elizabeth is sharing 35 percent of her rake with charities that help educate girls in crappy backwards countries where girls are forced to give away their virginity without cash renumeration. Imagine that horror.

Photo Credit: www.elizabeth-raine.com

(3) Comments

  1. avatar
    Hugh G. Rection 03/20/2014 17:00

    Funny. In that red dress she looks exactly like my girlfriend. Huh.

    Anyways. Maybe tomorrow night I’ll finally get lucky!

  2. avatar
    kieranlm 03/20/2014 18:44

    So I see bidding starts on April Fool’s Day…

  3. avatar
    scallywag 03/20/2014 21:07

    So what’s for sale? A woman’s sexuality or her innocence or better still her purity? Which raises a bigger question, is a woman only worth more in society the more pure she is regarded which would infer a failure to not live to cherished notions devalues her.

    What about if a woman chooses to sidestep society’s emotional value of what a woman’s virginity is worth and just hands it to the highest bidder? Does that really make her a prostitute (as this is a one off event) or just a cunning player saying fine, ‘if this is what you really value, show me the money….’


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