Put your Daughters on the Game Week is celebrating its 11th Anniversary during the week commencing 7th March 2005 and will once again be rolled out across the country. During this week the organisers will proudly welcome predominantly girls, but also some boys, on any one day of the week behind old abandoned work buildings in major city Centres along the length and breadth of the country. The core purpose of the seven day event is to introduce them to the sordid realities of a morally inept 21st Century and a career traditionally overlooked by their gender until times get really difficult.
The objective of the week is to encourage 16-18 year old girls to think about different aspects of the work and to broaden their knowledge of the opportunities available to them that are not traditionally taken by women ut also some household pets and home appliances.
Although called ‘Put your Daughters on the Game' the week is opened to ALL girls aged between 16 and 18. The objective of the week is to introduce girls to employment options in areas where women are often beaten senseless by pimps and to help them identify the education path they would need to take in order to embark on a career in these fields, namely truancy.
They also invite boys to take part during the week and work shadow in areas where men are under-represented such as role play, secretarial and nurses. Employees who feel their sons/grandsons/nephews etc may benefit from comparable work shadowing experience in these work areas, should discuss access to opportunities with their local 'Ho Master'. This evnet official will be easily spotted by the long leather fur trimmed coat he wears, the sapphire encrusted walking stick, pink platform heels and dandy hat. He is most likely driving a 1975 Caddilac through your town as we go to press.
Participating in this national event directly supports Equality and Diversity policies and contributes to the global objective of building a more diverse world in order to better understand and meet the needs of increasingly diverse customers.
Other weeks coming up Include "Don't Put Your Daughter on The Stage Mrs Worthington" week, Sellotape Awareness Week, Tripe Week, Run Over A Pet for Easter, Keep Britain Anal and Naked Morris Dancing Week.