Brazilian sex expert auctions off virginity after hymen reconstruction
Brazilian sex expert has her hymen ‘reconstructed’ so she can raffle off her virginity
- Ana Otani runs an adult content subscription service and a YouTube channel
- Diego Aguiar announced she was auctioning off her virginity on his Instagram
- He said he wanted everyone to have ‘the opportunity to have a Japanese virgin’
A Brazilian sex expert claims to have had her hymen reconstructed so she could auction off her virginity.
Ana Otani, 26, runs an adult content subscription service as well as a YouTube channel called Segredos de Ana where she gives tips on sex.
Her friend Diego Aguiar, 34, made the controversial announcement to his 1.4 million Instagram followers on the weekend.
In the video, he said he wants everyone to have ‘the opportunity to have a Japanese virgin in their life’ while she sits in a bikini behind him.
Brazilian sex expert Ana Otani had her hymen reconstructed so she could auction off her virginity
She runs an adult content subscription service as well as a YouTube channel called Segredos de Ana where she gives tips on sex
He said: ‘Japa, my friend, had an operation to reconstruct her hymen. In other words, she is a virgin again.
‘She is the only experienced virgin in the world, and we will shortly be raffling this virginity.
‘It will be the first ever virginity raffle, and you can apply with a very, very small amount, because I want everyone to have the opportunity to have a Japanese virgin in their life.’
It is not clear whether Otani has undergone hymenoplasty surgery, a cosmetic procedure that temporarily restores the hymen.
The video has been viewed more than a million times and has provoked criticism of Japanese-Brazilian Otani as well as accusations of encouraging sexual exploitation.
Her friend Diego Aguiar made the controversial announcement to his 1.4 million Instagram followers on the weekend
On Monday, Ana said: ‘I’m the virginity girl. And I want to do this raffle. It’s my body. My rules. I want to have sex with an unknown man’
The negative reaction prompted her to speak out on social media on Monday.
She wrote: ‘I’m the virginity girl. And I want to do this raffle. It’s my body. My rules. I want to have sex with an unknown man.
‘However, he knows me and he wants me so much that he has bought a raffle ticket. The only difference to a one night stand is that I’ll be sober and I’ll earn money.
‘Prostitution has existed for thousands of years! I didn’t invent it and I won’t be the last to do it.’
On Instagram, she added: ‘I’m crying and I can’t stop because there is a lot of mean comments about me today. But it’s better to cry in a steeple than in a shack, right?’
Speaking about the raffle, Ana wrote: ‘The only difference to a one night stand is that I’ll be sober and I’ll earn money’
Ana was detained by the police in October when she tried to set fire to the HQ of California TV, which produces her erotic videos, in the north-eastern city of Natal
Otani and Aguiar also posted a video addressing criticism from the Jurere Internacional resort in the southern Brazilian city of Florianopolis.
He denied accusations of pimping, which is illegal in Brazil unlike prostitution and carries a penalty of one to four years in prison and a fine.
She said: ‘Guys, do you think I need someone to manage me, someone to say what I have to do?
‘If I want to give and collect and I give it, if I want to give it for free, I give it, just like you do free for everyone.’
It is not clear if the raffle is genuine or a publicity stunt to boost Otani and Aguiar’s profiles.
The pair have not yet started selling raffle tickets and they have not set a date to do so.
Despite this, a group of people interested in the offer have set up a group on Telegram, which now has 15,000 members.
It comes after Ana was detained by the police when she tried to set fire to the HQ of California TV, which produces her erotic videos, in the north-eastern city of Natal.
She live streamed the arrest to her YouTube channel on October 6.
WHAT IS A HYMENOPLASTY?
Known more commonly as hymen repair, the operation involves constructing a layer of skin at the entrance to the vagina that can tear when a woman first has sexual intercourse.
It takes less than an hour and is performed under local anaesthetic.
Dr Naomi Crouch, spokesman for the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) said: ‘The hymen is a thin piece of skin that partially covers the entrance to the vagina. It usually breaks during sex but can be broken through sports, such as horse riding, and using tampons.
‘Therefore, having a broken hymen doesn’t necessarily mean a woman has lost her virginity.
‘Hymenoplasty is a form of female genital cosmetic surgery (FGCS) which involves creating scar tissue so that a woman whose hymen is no longer intact can bleed the next time she has intercourse.
‘There is a lack of reliable evidence about the clinical effectiveness and risks of FGCS, and there is no medical indication for these operations to be carried out.
‘It is important that clinicians inform and reassure women and girls about variations in female genitalia, thoroughly explore the reasons behind the request for FGCS, and advise on the management of physical symptoms rather than suggesting surgery as an option.’
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