Search This Blog

Your Ad Here


28 February 2010

Remaja Jual Dara Secara On-Line $45,000 Untuk Bayar Yuran Universiti

Akibat dari fahaman kehidupan yang terlalu bebas dan undang-undang yang amat longgar terhadap aktiviti pelacuran, seorang remaja di New Zealand telah mengiklankan tawaran seks terhadap dirinya secara pembidaan on-line.

Seramai 1,200 orang yang telah masuk membida tawarannya itu dan dia akhirnya menerima bidaan tertinggi sebanyak $45,000. New Zealand mengamalkan dasar terbuka terhadap aktiviti pelacuran dan masyarakatnya juga amat terbuka dengan amalan seks.

Remaja tersebut terpaksa menampung yuran yang tinggi untuk menampung kos pelajarannya dan mengambil jalan mudah untuk mendapatkan wang dengan membuat tawaran seks.

Kita berdoa agar perkara seperti di atas sekali-kali tidak akan berlaku di negara kita dan juga kita doakan anak-anak remaja perempuan kita tidak akan terfikir untuk melakukan seperti remaja tersebut di atas.

Teknologi komunikasi zaman ini terutamanya internet memungkinkan perkara-perkara yang tak pernah terlintas di akal kita suatu masa dulu, jika kita terlelap sebentar dan leka kita mendedahkan anak-anak kita dengan berbagai dugaan.

Baca laporan di bawah,

Student sells virginity for $45k
Posted Wed Feb 3, 2010 8:32pm AEDT
Updated Wed Feb 3, 2010 8:44pm AEDT

The 19-year-old offered her virginity to the highest bidder in an online auction and said there had been more than 1,200 bids.A cash-strapped New Zealand student who auctioned off her virginity to help pay for university said she had accepted an offer of $NZ45,000 to sleep with a stranger.

"I have accepted an offer in excess of $45,000, which is way beyond what I dreamed," the student said on her web page when the auction ended.
"Thank you to the more than 30,000 people who viewed my ad and to the more than 1,200 offers made."

Calling herself "unigirl", the young woman had described herself as attractive, fit and healthy and said she had never been in a sexual relationship.
She did not respond to media requests for an interview but the proprietor of the website, Ross MacKenzie, told the Waikato Times newspaper he had been authorised to confirm the transaction.

The advertisement drew wide reaction in New Zealand, which has some of the world's most liberal laws on prostitution.

A woman is legally entitled to seek payment for sex and Mr MacKenzie said there was no reason for his website not to accept the advertisement.

"Our approach is provided it's not illegal or offensive, we'll run the ad," he said.
Bruce Pilbrow of the organisation Parents Inc told the New Zealand Herald it was "horrifically sad" the woman had to sell herself to meet tuition costs, but sexologist Blair Bishop described it as "just a novel form of sex work".

Catherine Healy, of the New Zealand Prostitutes Collective, urged the teenager to contact her organisation for "practical information" on the realities of sex work.

No comments:

Popular Posts