June 12, 2014

New Website Unites Efforts Against Porn, Sexual Exploitation

Morality in Media launches EndExploitationMovement.com

Washington, DC – The Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE), under the direction of Morality in Media, now has a central website to help the public find help and resources in the fight against sexual exploitation, and to serve as the hub for leaders in the movement. The website, www.EndExploitationMovement.com, lists hundreds of organizations working to end sexual exploitation and collects the latest news and shared education materials.

CESE unites leaders to oppose pornography and other forms of sexual exploitation through prevention, healing and recovery, education, and advocacy. The website will be a valuable tool to those looking for help, as well as those wanting to get involved in this critical fight.

“This new website will change this movement, to unify and expand it,” said Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director of Morality in Media. “There, the nation’s experts on the issue can work together with leaders in the movement to strategize and develop ideas to push forward in this fight.”

CESE brings a diverse spectrum of leaders together to find solutions to the complex social issue of sexual exploitation and its associated companion – pornography. In order to do this, the efforts of like-minded organizations and experts across the world are combined and magnified.

Members of the coalition include Internet safety leaders, prevention & education groups, women’s rights and feminist activists, recovery groups, mental health and science experts, anti-trafficking groups, and religious leaders, among others.

About MIM:

Founded in 1962, Morality in Media, Inc. is the leading national organization dedicated to opposing pornography through education about its illegality and harms by highlighting the links to sex trafficking, violence against women, child abuse and addiction.

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