The Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE) endexploitationmovement.com
Fr Sean Kilcawley discusses the unique problem of raising children in the Internet Age, providing parents with practical tools to watch over their children online. With a focus on love and true intimacy, he explains how to avoid and heal from the distortion of sexuality gained from life experiences.
Fr Kilcawley is the Director of Religious Education for the Diocese of Lincoln. He graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Middle East Studies. After serving for three years in the Active Duty Army as an Infantry Officer, he entered Seminary Studies for the Diocese of Lincoln, Nebraska. He completed a certificate in philosophy in 2001, a Masters in Divinity in 2004, and a Bachelors in Sacred Theology in 2005. Fr Kilcawley studied the human person, marriage, and the family at the John Paul II institute for marriage and family in Rome, Italy.
The Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE) is focused on bringing a diverse spectrum of people together to solve and end the complex social issue of sexual exploitation. Members of the coalition create a unified front when faced with these seemingly insurmountable issues. As of September 2014, there are 280 national, state and local organizations in the Coalition.
CESE combines child advocacy, Internet safety, pro-family, prevention, education, women’s rights and feminist activists, recovery groups, law enforcement, anti-trafficking groups, state policy, and technology groups together, as well as health and science experts and religious leaders.
Sexual exploitation encompasses:
• Sex trafficking of adults and children
• Pornography: the users & performers
• Sexually oriented businesses
• Sexual assault
• Violence against women
• Sexualization of children
• Child sexual abuse
• Child porn
• Sexual coercion
• Sexual addiction/compulsivity