To register your own Christian Chat nickname click here. Surely it's an indication of serious problems in the countries where the customers come from, which are more affluent and should have more respect for human dignity' Child prostitution and baby smuggling are the themes of a BBC drama filmed in the Philippines.Hurt is "completely fascinated" with his character: "I see him with a different morality," he says, brushing aside suggestions that the baby smuggler and procurer of prostitutes is amoral.The carefully researched and sensitive script, written by Guy Hibbert, portrays the complexity of the situation facing the would-be parents.About Us Christian Chat is a moderated online Christian community allowing Christians around the world to fellowship with each other in real time chat via webcam, voice, and text.
She is cradling a very small baby provided by one of the many Vietnamese boat people in the Philippines who have been recruited to act as extras in a BBC drama being filmed in Manila.
Others who have no means of supporting their babies turn to baby smugglers, who always seem to know overseas couples unable to adopt children in their own countries.
"If a child gets pregnant as a result of an exploitative act, it's often very hard to feel affection for the baby, and they have no means to look after it," Miss Abuela says.
He cites the example of a girl who was sexually abused by her father for three years until she finally ran away from home and found work in a girlie bar, where, almost inevitably, she graduated to the ranks of prostitute.
"She had such low esteem of herself that she did not seem able to see any alternative," Mr Arriola explains.