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...Russian man sells his for $3,000

Australian director Justin Sisely is surely familiar with the cardinal rule of sensational filmmaking: Sex sells. Now, all he has to do is avoid giving the impression that he’s selling sex.

Two years ago, Sisely came up with the idea for “a documentary made for the 21st century” — in which a man and woman offer their virginity online to the highest bidder, while a camera follows them through the entire project. PerthNow reported that Sisely, facing criticism from the Australian government — one politician called the project “absurd, ridiculous and disgusting” — and from countless parents, recruited virgins willing to sell their first sexual experience to the highest bidder, offering each individual $20,000 and 90 percent of his or her final sale price.

Despite the controversy, Sisely continued to work on his documentary, titled “Virgins Wanted,” narrowing his list of featured virgins to two: 20-year-old Catarina Migliorini from Brazil and 23-year-old Alex Stepanov from Russia. The two flew to Indonesia for filming, and now, Sisely’s magnum opus is finally nearing its climax. Bidding to deflower the virgins began on Sept. 17 and ended on Oct. 24, with Migliorini’s top bidder — a man from Japan known as Natsu — offering $780,000. Stepanov’s virginity will go to a Brazilian woman known as Nene B, who bid $3,000


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