Parents are usually the first to step up to bat for their child. However, does soliciting your son's virginity cross the line?
A particular ad posted on Craigslist in Philadelphia is raising eyebrows after the parent of a college-bound teen was looking to prepare him for college romances, according to The Huffington Post .
Entitled, "Sugar Baby for my Son," the ad begins, “This is going to sound strange…”
The ad goes on to describe the type of woman the parent wants to seduce their son "and take his virginity." No joke.
What do you get if you agree to the ad? The parent vows to make the “financial issues” of the responder disappear.
The parent has even gone so far as to arrange how the two will meet – seemingly at random at a concert with tickets supplied by the parent – and how the respondent will start a relationship that includes “showing him different sex positions.”
The relationship won't last long either. It's only supposed to last until the son ships off to Harvard in the fall. The woman will then "let him go gently so he’ll have the confidence to date other girls once he’s there.”
The parent’s goal was to turn the teen from a high school nerd into a “cool college kid.” The ad has since been removed from Craigslist.
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