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Woman uses Second Life to fulfill prostitution fantasies

1:00 AM on 01.11.2009

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor

As you may know, we are yet to get tired of casting our judgmental eyes upon the  freaks and weirdos that frequent Second Life, and this one, I assure you, is a real doozy.

She goes by the name of Palela Anderson, and she (if she is a she) has used Second Life to live out her fantasies of being a prostitute. "We have street prostitution here in Italy, and I have always wanted to be one of them," confesses Anderson. "As a teenager I would watch these sexy women walking the streets, waiting for the cars to stop, teasing the guys, and then hopping in and getting out sometime later.

"I'm not sure why I find it such a turn-on. I think it's because when a man will pay to have you, you know he really desires you. It's proof that you're really wanted."

Yeah ... I'm not sure the prostitute/client relationship works quite like that, but I'm not about to upset the apple cart. Continuing her tale, Palela anonymously recounts how she tried being a dirty prozzer in real life, but "In the end, I refused all the dates I got. It wasn't that I didn't want to do it, not at all. It was because I was afraid of being discovered by my family. They would have never accepted it, and I didn't want to hurt them or make them ashamed of me."

Palela claims she looks like her Second Life avatar, which means that this make-believe whore might, in actual fact, be Janet Jackson in reality. She charges 2000-3000 Linden Dollars for a single evening and, in case you couldn't have guessed by now -- she doesn't have a boyfriend. 

Yet more proof that Second Life is a good thing. After all, it keeps these people indoors.

 

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