Vivian Sleiman, who competed for Miss Venezuela but did not went ahead by an "indecent proposal" of a juror, published her book, which explains why she preserves her chastity until she finds true love.
“Writing it was a catharsis for me, “Vivian Sleiman confessed to daily ABC. She wants to tell her story without literary pretensions. Her story reads like the diary of a beautiful single woman who has experience with the opposite sex from the determination to "keep her virginity until she finds true love," according to a note published by the Spanish newspaper.
Vivian Sleiman is tall and slender, which led her to work as a model for seven years to get funding for nutrition studies at the Central University of Venezuela. Her perfect body measurements, 90-60-90, led her to take part in the Miss Venezuela pageant in 2001. But the 30 years old virgin left the contest because, as she has told in her book that someone from the jury wanted to sleep with her as a condition to rise up to the crown.
In Venezuela, where she was born and where women lose their virginity at a young age, her book has become a success. Some 8000 copies of its first edition were quickly sold out.
Vivian Sleiman has no sexual disorder; she has only strictly respected conservative moral values. From Muslim and Christian roots, 30 years old virgin is the youngest daughter of four brothers. Her parents settled in Venezuela and divorced when she was twelve.
Vivian Sleiman has referred to her mother, Blanche, her great respect in life and her partner unconditionally in this way: “A holy person, because I only kissed a man, my father, though not loved.”