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He said he resigned as a parish priest two weeks ago, after being asked to do so by the archdiocese of Glasgow.Fr Nugent also told the court that around 10 years ago he learned through Alcoholics Anonymous that he was suffering from the "illness" of alcoholism.Fr Nugent was told that Miss Kluk's sister Aneta, 28, and the student's married lover, Martin Macaskill, 40, both thought that his claim of a sexual relationship was untrue.He replied: "Sadly, it is true." The priest added: "I take full responsibility. I knew it was wrong, I knew I was doing wrong but I was guilty. I knew it had to stop so that part of the relationship stopped."I still had the same feelings for her in terms of the admiration."The court also heard that he bought Miss Kluk an expensive laptop computer, costing around £1,500, gave her access to his credit card and helped pay for a flight to Poland.
Sexual Exploitation includes offering drugs, food, shelter, protection, other basics of life, and/or money in exchange for sex or sexual acts.
The objective of work around sexual violence must be the eradication of rape and this will not be achieved until we tackle the root causes of this violence – namely structural inequality, negative attitudes to women and society’s tolerance and acceptance of these attitudes.
Commercial sexual exploitation commodifies women and girls and supports a culture that views women as objects who are more a ‘sum of body parts’ than a whole being, and eroticises men’s violence and their perceived ‘right to buy’ whatever acts they have sexualised.
It includes prostitution, stripping and lap-dancing, pornography and sex trafficking, as well as innumerable variants from sex-chat lines to mail order brides.
CSE is included in both Scottish Government and United Nations definitions of violence against women based on the physical and mental harms suffered by victims and its roots in and impact on gender inequality.