An escort agency in Sydney is offering “rare opportunity” for its clients to spend time with an 18-year-old virgin escort for $12,000 beginning this month, and social networks users are quick to express disgust over the business promo.
News on Sweet Girls Premium Escort appeared on Australian newspapers Monday, with the agency's spokesperson saying that for $12,000, a young virgin will meet with the client, whether in a residential area or in other accommodations, and she will spend two days with the client.
The spokesperson stated the women in their agency, particularly the virgins, do the services for the money.
Twitter users are lashing out at the vulgarity of the agency's offer.
Twitter user Yadu Singh tweets the news was "demeaning" and "disgusting." Ray Kwong tweets, "Sick," while another user, Miss Rose, summed up her reaction in three letters: "Eww." Some other users look at it differently. User Ms Naughty reacts, "Her body, her choice."
However, the manner in which the agency was recruiting drew more flak from commentators.
The agency's website entices young women with these words: "to solve your financial problem within short time." The website is written in English and Chinese.
The agency's website was very direct in explaining why young women should get started in the adult entertainment business:
"Want to earn tuition fee? Reduce your family financial burden? Want to buy luxury brand like Louis Vuitton, etc? Please contact us immediately!! We will tailor a work plan to help you resolve your financial problem within short time!!"
This latest promotion by an escort agency is similar to what Brothel Busters has found out late last year.
In a November 2011 news, another agency MyOutCall Australia was offering a 19-year old Chinese student $15,000. The client is guaranteed to spend four days with the teen woman who was supposedly a virgin.
Australian Family Association spokesman and research head Tim Cannon was quoted as saying the virgin for sale scheme in the adult entertainment business was a giant step "back to the enslavement of people."
Reacting to recent news of another virgin for sale campaign, women's advocate Melinda Tankard Reist said the escort agency was acting like a vulture preying on the young woman's financial burdens.
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