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Trinidad & Tobago: School porn ring and cell phone cameras

Keith Francis on the recent discovery of a school porn ring in Trinidad involving videos recorded on cell phone cameras: “The fact is that despite our wilful efforts to ignore the fact, children have been screwing children – indeed adults both male and female have been screwing children – from time immemorial. . . . Perhaps having things like under-aged sex caught on camera and thrust in our faces will make us think more about responsible sex education, and doing more than telling our children, “don't bring home no baby for mih to mind!

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  • paul kubena

    As a parent and an educator I find this “event” really disheartening, sad and unfortunately not suprising. I would really like to know how this was uncovered/discovered.How can parents be made aware of such things? How do you go about educating young people about such moral erosion when the world of technlogy they have been born into has little or no boudaries, no road maps? It is sad to think that humanity thru this new form of technological disaaociation and disconnection will become even more desensatized toward one another.

  • spacemanspliff

    I don’t see why everybody is so uptight about this now ,sex in school have been around since i could remember way back in primary schools it was happen ,it is just that today there is advance technology that bring s it out in the open, some of you parents out there playing you want to kill somebody for that You were sexing in your school days ….whats goes around comes around

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