A Dutch escort agency is launching a special virgin service for computer geeks.
Sociology student Zoe Vialet, who set up Society Service last year, says she has had a lot of demand from virgins.
She says most of them work in the IT sector and added: “They are very sweet but are afraid of seeking contact with other people. They mean it very well but are very scared.
“Every booking lasts three hours minimum. Longer is possible, shorter not. We take the time to take a bath together, do a massage and explore each others body.
“When the date is over, you will have had a fantastic experience, and you will be able to pleasure a woman.”
Zoe and her colleague Marieke have specially trained five girls to look after the needs of virgins, reports De Telegraaf.
She added: “You better practice before having a girlfriend. Woman expect men older than 30 having had some experience.
“Some men need a little bit of help. But it makes them happy and they are glowing .There is nothing more terrible than dying as a virgin.”
Two gay flamingos have become proud foster parents after taking an abandoned chick under their wings.
Pink pair Carlos and Fernando were so desperate to have a family they started stealing eggs at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust, Slimbridge, Gloucestershire.
When one of the Greater Flamingo nests was abandoned, they were considered the number one choice to “adopt” the chick.
The unhatched egg was whisked off to an incubator where it was warmed up and monitored, reports Sky News.
After the chick was born, it was carefully placed in an old eggshell, which was taped up and returned to the gay couple’s empty nest.
The pair were soon seen ‘talking’ to the chick inside the egg and a little while later it hatched for a second time – to be greeted by its foster parents.
WWT spokeswoman Jane Waghorn said: “Fernando and Carlos are a same sex couple who have been known to steal other Flamingos’ eggs by chasing them off their nest because they wanted to rear them themselves.
“They were rather good at sitting on eggs and hatching them so last week, when a nest was abandoned, it seemed like a good idea to make them surrogate parents.”
Carlos and Fernando, who have been together for about six years, can feed their chick without any female help – by producing milk in their throat.