The course commenced advertising in May giving their guarantee of employment for those enrolling on the course. The course for 100euros offering instruction in how to use erotic toys, coital positions,and managing deviants; together with medical checks and precautions.
The campaign was advertised by leaflets which were widespread through communities and educational facilities.
Within weeks of the campaign commencing the Valencian Regional Authority filed a case with prosecutors alleging directly promoting prostitution which it is illegal to do in Spain. The authority case was lost the judgement being the campaign was not promoting prostitution.
Spain has an ambivalent attitude to the sexual industry. Prostitution is not illegal only the promotion of it.
Brothels decorate the countryside around any reasonably sized town and these are staffed by poor immigrant women from South America, Africa and Eastern European countries. Prostitutes sit by roadsides and roundabouts under parasols in daylight periods.
Hence employment of the term ambivalence; a catholic country riddled with what can colloquially be called the sex industry.
With the high unemployment and hardship prevalent in Spain this entrepeneur has identified a niche where he can profit from prostitution without promoting it.
So far the campaign has attracted 95 to sign up ranging from 19 to 45 years of age. Further enrolments seem inevitable.