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Santa Monica-based Ron Harris enterprises, a company run by a former Hollywood producer and fashion photographer, recently announced plans to make eggs from beautiful women in the Los Angeles area available to couples having difficulty conceiving a child in an unprecedented form of Internet auction.

According to material posted on the site, bidding on individual eggs will begin at $15,000 and run up to a limit of $150,000. The site claims to have already received bids from a number of reliable sources.

Despite the obvious ethical issues the plan raises, the scheme is apparently legal under current US law. In an effort to counteract negative public reaction to the idea Harris posted a lengthy, if somewhat shaky, scientific argument justifying his plan.

"Ronsangels.com fits a need for those wishing to improve their genetic offspring. Dodi Fayed told his son who died with Princess Diana, "breed up". Beauty is not superficial, beautiful well-proportioned people live longer, healthier lives. Beauty is evolution. Our obsession with beauty is the reason we are evolving."

The site plans to offer sperm at auction in the near future under similar terms.

 

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