Outrage over escort agency's virginity sale
A Sydney escort agency that is selling the virginity of a teenage girl for thousands of dollars has sparked outrage among community groups
The group claims that this move is "putting women's liberation back centuries".
According to The Daily Telegraph, an investigation by sex industry consulting firm Brothel Busters has found MyOutCall Australia is offering the Chinese 19-year old student for four days in exchange for the 15,000 dollars sum, News.com.au reported.
Brothel Busters has revealed that the escort agency wants 2000 dollars to be paid as a deposit, with the balance to be paid on receipt of services from the girl, who is claimed to be at Sydney University.
A manager at MyOutCall identifying himself as 'Duncan' said that it was a 'genuine offer'.
"This is pretty common in Sydney," he said.
He claims that he already has 'two clients who are very interested'.
But the revelations have horrified Australian Family Association spokesman and research head Tim Cannon, who said it raised the ugly spectre of slavery.
"It is so clearly taking us back to the enslavement of people," he said.
"The damage it does to society and human dignity can't be overstated," he added.
MyOutCall has stated on its site that the girl - who it dubs as 'MOC Virgin' - 'must (be) sold by 12/12'