Brian and Christine
PF Heavens no, not a slave.
MS What then?
PF More like a household servant. A special member of the chief’s family.
MS And you trained them in erotic arts specifically for that chief?
PF That’s correct. Mr. Sanchez I have to explain something to you. Our girls are not only given instruction in the erotic arts, as you so melodically describe it, but they are also given religious training. Every morning there is a religious service during which there is prayer and one of the sisters gives a sermon. We are very careful to see that the girls are taken down the right spiritual road, the road that leads to God, so that as they progress they will maintain a close association with our maker, continue to serve God and not be turned aside from the true path. That is a very important function of our order.
MS I see. During the police investigation they found girls who were very young, and some teenagers. How can you possibly train the very young ones, they are little more than babies?
PF Oh, but the young ones are the easiest to train because they are so sweet and innocent, and they want to be cooperative.
MS And some of the older girls have been with you a long time.
PF Yes, that’s true. Some of them have regular visitors, you see.
MS When these visitors come they pay you for the session. Isn’t that so?
MS What is the fee?
PF The contribution is one thousand dollars.
MS So doesn’t that make those girls prostitutes?
PF Oh, my God no. The girls don’t receive any money for their services. That money goes to provide for the home, to cover its expenses, to provide for the girls and for the people who live and work there. We are a non-profit organization. We have no grants or public assistance of any kind. And the visitors don’t object to the price. They are satisfied with our services.
MS One more question, Sister Priscilla. Why were there no girls over 15 years of age? Surely your visitors would enjoy the company of some older, more experienced girls.
PF No. The men whom God has chosen for us are in need of the young and innocent. We only keep the girls up to the age of 17.
MS Then what happens to them?
PF When they turn 18 they are graduated.
MS Then where do they go?
PF They go wherever God wants them to go.
MS You put them out on the street?
PF No, no. I told you they graduate.
MS So you said, but I’m not quite sure what that means.
PF There is a beautiful ceremony which everyone attends and then they are sent away.
MS Sent away where?
PF To heaven.
(To be continued.)