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Turning Tricks for Tuition

University tuition is anything but cheap these days.  That is one of the reasons why School of Sex has a scholarship program for graduate students who wish to attend our parties.  But a woman in London took tuition reimbursement to a whole new level.  She is known as London's "Belle de Jour" and became a call-girl in order to pay for her PhD.

But what makes Belle de Jour so special?  Haven't women partaken in the oldest profession in the world or hooked up with sugar daddies in order to afford the finer things in life (or sometimes, even life's necessities)?  Let's step back and see some other women who have been collecting tuition by alternative means. Melissa Beech (not her real name), a college senior from a swanky suburb outside Philadelphia, wrote about how a sugar daddy is paid for her schooling in The Daily Beast. Until last fall, a student alleging to be a call girl detailed her experiences on her blog, Confessions of a College Callgirl. And last summer, a Knoxville, Tenn. media outlet interviewed a 19-year-old using escorting to pay for massage therapy school.

The number of students having sex for tuition money has exploded in Europe, and experts believe it will continue to rise due to the rising costs of education. British researchers found this unusual trend in sex work has grown by 50 percent over the past seven years. In early 2008, France's education minister vowed to increase financial support after a freshman's diary and a book of interviews with undergrads exposed their experiences with prostitution.

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1 comment:

  1. I was obsessed with that College Callgirl blog.

    I've known a few students who ventured into the escort world. Don't know how I feel about it, but it's definitely a sign of the economy and the virtual unaffordability of college without going into lifelong debt.