This 20-Year-Old Is Selling Her Virginity For Over $400,000

October 22, 2016  |  

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20-year-old Katherine Stone is putting a hefty price on her virginity, and it’s been making headlines left and right. So, what could convince her to pursue such a thing, you may ask?

“in 2014, Stone’s family home in Seattle, Washington was destroyed by a fire.  Without insurance, Stone and her family found themselves forced to remain in the scorched property,” CNN reports.

One day, she came across an ad on Facebook that made her feel confident in repairing the mental, physical and emotional pain they endured. “I found out all about the brothels and the money,” Stone said. “It made me think, ‘Wow, it’s a chance at fixing all that I need to fix.'”

Stone, who dreams of becoming a lawyer, decided to take the next step towards supporting her family and signed up at one of Nevada’s infamous legal brothels, the Love Ranch, in hopes of selling her virginity. As some may already know, Nevada is the only state where prostitution is a legal activity, and as of 2015 there were 19 brothels operating in the state. No matter how controversial as it seems, Stone is set in her decision. “People say you are suppose to do it for love,” she told CNN. “But if you think about it, I am doing it because I love my family.”

Since staying at the ranch, Stone has kept her stay by putting on small parties and giving massages (and other “PG-13″ stuff). Her current bid is a little more than $400,000 and is still waiting to accept an offer. “I’m waiting for a man who I feel a connection with so that the experience can be special for both of us,” she said. “It’s really not just about the money.”

What are your thoughts? If you were in Katherine’s predicament, would you go this route?

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