Valencia school offers course in prostitution
TO Valencia, where students at Trabajo Ya!can, for a fee of €100, undergo a one-week “basic course in professional prostitution with maximum discretion”. Men and women lean how to use sex toys properly, what positions are best and the Karma Sutra.
Not everyone likes it. In May, the Valencian regional government’s Department of Justice and Social Welfare got all legal, claiming that school broke the lay by encouraging prostitution.
The matter reached court. The government lost.
Esther López Barceló, a United Left MP in Valencia:
Teacher Brendan Morales says:
“The course is positive. I want to give a guide to people who want to join this profession. Prostitution is still a taboo in Spain, but the whole world knows it exists. I want to inform prostitutes so they don’t depend on anyone but they do it for themselves.”