On Air: Is it wrong to auction your virginity?
This is one of a group of Australians who have offered to sell their virginity as part of a reality TV show.
This woman is another.
The whole idea has provoked a strong reaction.
So is it sordid, as this headline would have it?
Does it take reality TV to a new depth? Some of these commenters think so.
Or is it a legitimate art project "exploring the idea of virginity as a commodity" as the filmmaker, Justin Sisely, was quoted as saying when the whole thing began?
If those taking part are doing so willingly, then what is the problem?