A couple of days ago, the “ViRGINS WANTED” [link removed] filmmakers were asked to leave the Monash University campus after putting posters up in student areas. The filmmakers are attempting to recruit two virgins to sell their virginity online, and capture their “ambitious journey” on-air.
The Herald Sun reported at the time that the posters were taken down and the police called:
[Melbourne filmmaker Justin Sisely] claimed yesterday that he was an artist “exploring the idea of virginity as a commodity”. “It’s a one-time thing, it’s not like they’re continually going to be a prostitute,” he said.
But he admitted the film would include controversial scenes, such as the volunteers undergoing virginity tests. Mr Sisely said given the economic crisis, a couple of young virgins would welcome the financial benefits.
The filmmakers came back to campus today – this time to the University of Melbourne.
They were seen in heavily populated campus gathering places such as the student union, handing out flyers and using a small digital videocamera to capture students’ reactions.
A source at the university says that some students appeared visibly uncomfortable about being approached, and that their reactions were being filmed without permission.
The Herald Sun continued:
Mr Sisely admitted some parents had called to complain after their children had shown interest in auditioning.
This is March. Campuses are teeming with new students, many of them seventeen years old. It is difficult to argue that the documentary makers were unaware of this when they started on-campus recruiting. And given that that quote appeared two days ago, and they moved in on another campus today to approach students personally, any protestations of ignorance would ring hollow indeed.
I hope they enjoy any attention they get from the Federal Police.
 In case you’re interested in their definition:
(b)The female applicants must be Virgins. A female “Virgin” in this instance is defined as a female applicant who has not had the introduction by a person of his penis into her vagina or anus regardless of whether or not there is or has been the emission of semen.
(c)(i) The Male applicants must be Virgins. A male “Virgin” in this instance is defined as a male applicant who has not introduced his penis into the vagina or anus of another person regardless of whether or not there is or has been the emission of semen.
(ii) Additionally, the male “Virgin” must not have had the introduction by a person of an object or penis into his anus, otherwise than in the course of an appropriate and generally accepted medical or hygienic procedure (Obtained or provided under legitimate medical reasons and not false pretences).
(1) For the purpose of subsection (c) introduction to any extent is sufficient.