[Continuing drive to destroy childhood and increase sex leading to more porn, unwanted children and abortions while giving a green light to the sex industry, just for starters. They won't tell them human trafficking is an Elite racket (see: Pedophilia Porn).]
Last updated at 8:25 AM on 14th July 2009
Sex slave lessons: Schoolchildren were given graphic first-hand accounts of life as a prostitute in a brothel
Pupils as young as 14 are listening to a brothel owner reel off a menu of sexual services as part of lessons on sex trafficking.
At least 15 schools have hosted lessons featuring the tape recording of a madam explaining the attributes of the girls she has on offer.
Critics have condemned the tape as inappropriate for its audience of teenage boys and girls aged 14 to 17.
The recording is part of a lesson devised by campaigners who visit secondary schools and colleges to raise awareness of sex trafficking.
The 40-minute presentation usually takes place during school citizenship lessons.
One mother said her daughter had been 'more than a little upset' by the graphic classes, which have been given in recent weeks around Croydon, South London, said to be home to more than 50 brothels.
Pupils initially heard a first-person account from 'Katerina', a Romanian prostitute who told how she came to Britain after being promised a job as a waitress.
When she arrived she was taken to a flat and gang raped before being forced into prostitution.
They also heard a recording of an undercover investigator's phone call to a brothel madam in Croydon.
The woman lists a string of services available along with prices. She also gives the vital measurements of prostitutes on offer and their ethnicity.
Staff from campaign group Croydon Community Against Trafficking came up with the lessons. One of its volunteers said Year 11 pupils were the best age for such a graphic presentation.
'It can be difficult, boys especially have an attitude - they don't care,' she said.
'Then we say what if it was you? Or your sister? Some of them are shocked to learn there is a brothel on the road they live in.'
A CCAT spokesman said: 'We might when we are doing our lessons be talking to boys - or girls - who might in the future visit a prostitute, or consider it on their stag dos.
'One of our main aims is to raise awareness in the community about human trafficking and particularly sexual exploitation.
'What better place to go than into schools where young people are going to be adults in the community?'
Hugh McKinney, chairman of the National Family Campaign, said: 'The question has to be asked if this is an appropriate topic for young boys at a vulnerable stage of development to hear in the classroom.'