NCSF—The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom
Is the only national organization that protects the sexual freedom rights for Kinky and non-monogamous people.
The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom is committed to creating a political, legal, and social environment in the United States that advances the equal rights of consenting adults who practice forms of alternative sexual and relationship expression. NCSF advances the rights and advocates for consenting adults in the SM-Leather-Fetish, swing, and polyamory communities. We pursue our vision through direct services, education, advocacy, and outreach in conjunction with our partner organizations to directly benefit these communities.
NCSF is fighting discrimination, societal disapproval and even criminal prosecution.
Coming to Your Rescue
NCSF’s Incident Response and Reporting helps hundreds of people every year with child custody, criminal prosecutions, discrimination in housing, employment
- NCSF’s Database includes state laws, court decisions and law review articles
- The Kink Aware Professionals (KAP) is a registry of professionals of all types who are familiar with nontraditional relationships
- NCSF’s Reference Library has booklets, brochures, manuals and quick reference guides
Changing the Law
NCSF’s Consent Counts seeks to decriminalize consensual BDSM, which can now be prosecuted as assault, sex trafficking and other crimes
- NCSF files amicus briefs in significant criminal cases
- Continuing Legal Education program will be presented around the country
- NCSF’s Consent Statement is the first policy statement on consent in non-traditional sex
Changing Society’s View of Us
NCSF’s DSM Revision Project helped change BDSM, fetishism and cross-dressing from mental illnesses from American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual
- NCSF’s Media Outreach program tracks and influences the press coverage of alternative sex nationwide, rejecting stereotypes and correcting misinformation
- NCSF’s Educational Outreach programs explain the laws, the political issues and how to deal with law enforcement, medical professionals, employers, child custody issues and local and national governments
To contact NCSF or become a member visit: www.ncsfreedom.org