A 23-year-old former all girls’ boarding school attendee is now offering to give her virginity to the highest bidder after her plans to save herself for marriage have fallen through.
Bailey Gibson, from Sacramento, California will be working with the Moonlite BunnyRanch in Nevada so she can sell her virginity after she found out her Christian boyfriend had engaged in sexual intercourse with his ex-girlfriend on Valentine’s Day.
At first, Miss Gibson, who was raised by adoptive Christian parents wanted to attend couple’s therapy but it was there that her boyfriend admitted that he had cheated on her twice. Gibson said that she grieved for her relationship:
“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.”
In a blog post, she described that she is a “bona fide virgin” and said she was very sheltered growing up and was only allowed Christian media and was sent to an all-girls’ school at 16 in Missouri. She blamed her upbringing on her choice to sell her virginity off, saying that it was the “lack of male company and deep religious study” that contributed to her “becoming an adult virgin.”
After finishing at the girls’ school, she lived with her biological father and her biological grandmother, and when she started dating she swore to remain chaste until she was married. She wrote that she figured she could “trade [her] virginity for [her] boyfriend’s lifelong devotion” but that she was wrong, and wants to “get something” for her virginity, to benefit “in the most profitable way possible.” And that’s when she called up the owner of the BunnyRanch, who are working the auction and will be taking half of the money raised.
Virginity auctions can raise millions. In 2008, Natalie Dylan, 22, agreed to sell herself through the BunnyRanch and raised $3.7 million before backing out of the arrangement.
While blogging that “capitalizing on your purity” doesn’t make you a bad person, Gibson wrote:
“Going through the Bunny Ranch allows me to legally have sex for money. Does this make me a prostitute? Gasp! Meh, I don’t know. If you take a picture once, does that make you a photographer?”
Unless you can only take one photograph and that taking a photograph can reasonably end with the conception of a child, I’m not a big fan of that analogy.
The Moonlite BunnyRanch is located near Carson City, Nevada, about a three hour drive from Sacramento, California. It is owned by Dennis Hof, 71, who recently posed with Joy Villa at an event where she was filmed allegedly sexually harassing a man named George Harris. Hof weighed in on the controversy which is still in the air, which all started when Villa accused former Trump aide Corey Lewandowski of sexual assault. Hof said that Villa’s actions against Harris was “more in line with something you would see at the Bunny Ranch instead of a Republican party,” saying that if her “political career doesn’t work she can always come work for me at the Bunny Ranch.”
The BunnyRanch has been in operation since 1955 as the Moonlight Ranch and was purchased by Hof, who was a customer, in 1993. The brothel is located in Lyon County which is one of the eight counties in Nevada that allow legalized prostitution.