The Government direct woman jobseeker to take up jobs in the porn industry

Posted: June 8, 2010 in End times, Social Trends
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How crazy is this:

According to the NYdaily news,com 12 British women were directed to Xrated webiste by the government run Job centre.

British women searching for clerical work got a startling response when they visited a government-run job center: applications for “sex line” jobs that would require them to strip naked on Web cams, according to  sky News online.

The women, who went to Jobcentre Plus offices in Birmingham, Warwickshire and Shropshire, were told that they could earn up to 700 pounds (a little more than $1,000) a week in the jobs, which also would require them to carry on sexually explicit chats with customers. The recruiting agency, Faceclick, which features pictures of its clients with titles like “fetish” and “just legal 18,”  advises applicants to perform “activities that you feel comfortable with” while nude in front of the camera

Faceclick suggests to applicants that they perform activities they ‘feel comfortable with’ while posing nude before the camera.

One 19-year old woman told the Birmingham Mail she was surprised that a government agency funded by taxpayers’ money would be recruiting for the sex industry.

“My job in a call center is a fixed-term contract that’s coming to an end and I’ve just taken out a car loan so I’m desperate for work,” she said. “But I’m not so desperate that I’m prepared to perform disgusting acts on an Internet sex line.”

After the job ads were met with outrage, the Department for Work and Pensions began reviewing its procedures. Said a spokesperson: “We are aware of public concern about advertising these vacancies. We have undertaken a public consultation on this issue and we are reviewing existing policy in light of the responses received.”

Mediawatch-UK is calling for the ads to be removed.

A spokesperson for the group, which campaigns for family values in the media, told Sky News Online, “Can you imagine being the parent of an 18-year-old who is sent down to the job center and offered that sort of job? It’s just one step away from prostitution, and it’s hardly a meaningful job for life, is it?”

The trafficking of human beings
This is governmental prostitution by any other name.  Tax payers are forking out money to the government for them to advertise the sex industry.  This is as about as evil as you can get.  I was listening to a video by a minister who helps children in Moldavia.  Teenager girls who are over the age of sixteen are kicked out of orphanages.  They are given a bus ticket to the nearest big city and left to fed for themselves.  Many as soon as they step of the bus are met by porn king pins who offer them jobs.  Except the jobs are not what they seem.  They are trafficked into the sex industry.   Prostituted and passed on from customer to customer.   Here we have the government of Britain advertising for young woman to pass themselves into the same sex industry so that sweaty men from goodness knows where can watch them.    It only goes to show how the moral values of this nation have plummeted.  If there was ever a time we need to get on our knees and pray for God to move upon the hearts of this nation.   What next government run prostitute hotels where the government gets a cut of the action?

I believe before God is going to move there is going to be a lot of breaking and yielding.  That is the Christians never mind the unbelievers.  Judgement starts with the church and it is coming!!

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  1. FOLLOW UP ON THE STORY ABOVE:

    “Last year Laura Agustin wrote about UK job centers that received negative press because they included jobs in the adult industry among their offerings to those seeking employment. She offered a very useful breakdown of the types of jobs being offered and how many people ended up applying through the government funded centers. She also pointed out the problematic distinction of “legal” vs “illegal” work.

    Yesterday she revisited the story, inspired by an article which begins:

    “Government-run Jobcentre Plus offices in the United Kingdom are encouraging unemployed women to apply for work on X-rated websites.”

    It goes on to suggest that employment officers are pushing adult applications on unsuspecting and desperate women. The writer’s focus on women is obviously strategic, but it’s a bit of a head scratcher since, as Agustin reveals, more men than women apply for these jobs. If we’re worried about exploitation, shouldn’t we worry about anyone being exploited?

    I was particularly struck by the quote attributed to a 19-year-old woman who wouldn’t use her name, “so I’m desperate for work. But I’m not so desperate that I’m prepared to perform disgusting acts on an internet sex line.”

    This woman finds the idea of doing sex related work for money to be disgusting. Fair enough. Some people would find working in factory farms or the military or marketing, to be disgusting and morally reprehensible. Some might even say they only do it because they need the money.

    The underlying message is that including sex related job postings is a form of coercion, since no one would ever choose to do sex-related work. This is, of course, ludicrous. Some people actually do choose to do this work. Others might do it as a second, fifth, or last resort. And absolutely, people will take this work out of desperation. The blame for this lies not with sex industries alone. It lays with all capitalist industries and really with all of us. This is the system we live in. People are exploited every day in their places of work, whether they work in the retail, financial, entertainment, non-profit, or almost any other sector.

    The question is, who has the right to make decisions for others? Is it appropriate for the writer of this news story to say who can and can’t work in a sex shop or massage parlor? Would it be appropriate for me to say no one can work at hedge funds because of their exploitative practices?

    There is exploitation in the adult industry just like every other industry. It would be nice if we could all focus on reducing exploitation across the board, instead of having to spend time parsing the media’s sex phobia so as to get to the actual story. ”

    WELL WHATEVER THE WRITER OF THIS STORY HAS TO SAY. IT IS STILL PROSTITUTION.

    “Sky News contacted the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). A spokeswoman for the DWP said: “We are aware of public concern about advertising these vacancies. We have undertaken a public consultation on this issue and we are reviewing existing policy in light of the responses received.” She added that before 2003, the Jobcentre Plus’s policy was to refuse all job vacancies from the adult entertainment industry. But the policy was challenged in the High Court by Ann Summers, the sex toy and lingerie business, which argued it should be allowed to advertise in Jobcentres. They won their case.”

    SO SOMEONE OPENS THE DOOR. WE ALL KNOW WHAT HAPPENS NOW. WHAT NEXT PIMPS AT THE FRONT DOOR OF THE JOB CENTRE. OR WORST STILL IN THE JOB CENTRE INTERVIEWING AND HAVING RECRUITMENT DRIVES! DISGUSTING!!

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