“I love how eBay has a body-related category for people who have tattoos,” says Matt Mihm, founder of The Body Shop.
He recently started selling his own body in his store, which has sold items including underwear, yoga pants and bras.
“It’s a good way to get your body on the radar of the mainstream,” Mihn says.
The Body shop also sells t-shirts and other clothing.
Mihl says that he can sell his body for as little as $30 per order, compared to $1,000 for a tattoo.
And since he only sells to the mainstream, he has to be careful about who he sells it to.
“There’s some weird things you have to do to make sure it’s OK,” Muhm says.
“I’ve had a lot of people tell me they’re going to steal my body.”
For example, some customers have told him they’ve stolen his son’s body and used it for sexual purposes.
And while Mihd says that if he sold his son, it wouldn’t be ethical, he’s concerned that some customers might use it as a bargaining chip.
“You can have someone who’s a little bit extreme, and you can make it look like a fair deal,” Mull says.
Muhn also warns that a lot more people who are buying from him aren’t aware of the ethical issues around body sales.
“Most of the time people don’t realize what they’re buying,” he says.