It's her virginity to do what she wants with but I don't think this is legal at all. It is prostitution.
This isn't anything I'd do... of course, I lost my virginity for the cost of a marriage license and a cheap hotel... but damn. Three million dollars? She'd never have to work again in her life.
I think all the naysayers are just jealous they don't have anything that someone would pay that kind of money for a single use.
I also think that if it was a guy auctioning off his virginity, folks that are calling her a slut and a whore would be cheering him on with "whatta stud!", "smart fellow!" and "you go, dude!" Then they'd call the female bidders sluts and whores.
Nothing more fun than ye olde double standard.
Or, the good, old-fashioned "not being a whore."
And my definition of "right" may not be more objective than hers... but I'll stand by it nonetheless. What she is doing is sick and wrong, the pride she is taking in it is sick and wrong, and a society which celebrates-- or even tolerates-- this behavior is sick and wrong. The fact that she is doing this with the plan of becoming a therapist, of making a living by trying to help other people form healthy relationships with others, horrifies me.
In this one area, at least, I can be grateful that the laws in the majority of this country do support me.
She's like in her mid-twenties already and hasn't ever had sex, for cripe sake.
She's honestly not very attractive, in my opinion; lots of girls far more attractive than her are out there right now having sex for 1k to 2k. But they're not virgins, of course; I guess it's true what they say: if you just hold onto something long enough, it'll be worth money someday.
Of course, if she actually is a virgin, I'd be shocked; there's no need for her to be, in order to market herself as one. She can just say she is, and that's that (unless some creepy ex come crawling out of the woodwork to publicly challenge her assertion by claiming he slept with her years ago).