I am going to attempt to restrain myself from calling you, say, a sexist little prick, because I do believe in maintaining a civil discourse, but it's going to be damn hard. The post I'm responding to is quoted in full below. How does that story "point out the state of modern womanhood"? It offered NO instances of ANY female takers on that guy's offer. There was NO evidence in that article that Eden did "know what women want." Now, I'm not saying it's inconceivable that there would be takers (though they'd have to be pretty dumb, since their money would be contingent upon him dying), but the fact that you read a story that only discussed the tasteless solicitation of one man and found in it some kind of comment on the state of womanhood in general reflects very poorly on the clarity of your lens on womanhood. If someone offers me $1000 on the street to come back to his apartment with him, which has happened to me, is that a blemish on my integrity? Or, since you seem much more sensitive to anti-Semitism than sexism, here's an analogy: A news item anonymously describes a poor man who is desperate for a loan so he can buy a propitiously cheap supply of cocaine and sell it at great profit. No legitimate institution will give him money because he has no collateral, but the man is quoted saying that he thinks he can get the money privately from a Jew, since a Jew would have no scruples about the ultimate purpose of the money, and with his windfall from the cocaine he would be able to afford even the Jew's usurious rates. A gentile reads this article and says, "Well that man is a pig, but that's a sad comment on the state of modern Jewry. In fact, it reminds me of a joke I once heard: [insert standard-issue "Jews are out to take your money" joke]." That gentile's sentiments would be pretty repugnant, wouldn't they? Congratulations, that's you.
Further, people who make comments in the all-women-are-whores vein (and yes, that is what you implied by generalizing about "the state of modern womanhood") run the risk of being perceived according to the popular (and probably largely accurate) stereotype of people who make these comments: that they are bitter little boys (in literal age or in spirit--perhaps, in your case, both) who can't get any and feel rejected and emasculated by women. Dewy-cheeked as you look in your photo, far be it from me to speculate about your personal life; I know nothing about it. But if you are the frustrated, angry little virgin* your remarks suggest that you might be, here's some advice from someone who, while she doesn't claim to represent all women, is still by virtue of actually being one a little bit better qualified than either you or Eden to speak to "what women want": women want men who are not misogynistic assholes, who treat them with respect, and who can refrain from spinning news articles about one man's crass solicitation into slurs against womanhood as a whole. If you keep this in mind, you might improve your luck (whatever the current state of that luck might be) with the ladies.
I will post this letter in its entirety on my my blog: http://goblin-queen.blogspot.com.
*For the record, I don't think there's anything wrong with being a virgin, either by choice or because it just hasn't happened yet. It's when people let their sexual frustration become openly expressed contempt for another gender that I have a problem.
Taking advantage of human nature
Now here's a bright entrepreneur who knows what women want. Rolf Eden, a Berlin playboy, 72, is offering $125,000 to any woman who will kill him while having sex. Talk about politically incorrect! Check out his comment on feminists: "If they're outraged, the leader, if she's young and beautiful, she should come here and I'll change her mind very fast."
No question, this guy is a pig, but this story really points out the state of modern womanhood. It brings to mind the old joke about a man who meets a high-society woman at a social event.
"Would you sleep with me for a million bucks?" he asks the woman.
She smiles and replies, "Sure!"
"How about for $10?" he says.
She is indignant. "How could you say such a thing?"
"Well," he states, "we've already established what you are. Now we're just haggling over the price."