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Monday, 18 June 2007 06:40

SM is Safe, Sane, and Consensual

SM-Leather-Fetish educational and social organizations consider the cornerstone of SM activity to be the guidelines: "safe, sane, and consensual." While it is possible to do any activity in a reckless and dangerous manner, SM is no more dangerous than skiing or other thrilling activities.

Safe

Safe is being knowledgeable about the techniques and safety concerns involved in what you are doing, and acting in accordance with that knowledge. Safety includes the responsibility of protecting yourself and your partner from STD (sexually tranSMitted disease) infection including the HIV virus.

While the media often portrays the more extreme SM behaviors, the reality is that a lot of SM play never goes beyond a playful spanking. Just as there are ways to reduce the risk in activities such as scuba diving or driving a car, there are ways to reduce the risk and engage in SM behavior safely.

The organized SM community is active in promoting safety seminars and teaching the practitioners how to engage in these behaviors safely. The fact that SM practitioners are not clogging the emergency rooms every weekend, is an indication that these programs are working. If SM injuries were occurring, it seems obvious that the press would be highlighting this for the entertainment of its readers/viewers.

Sane

Sane is knowing the difference between fantasy and reality. Fictional accounts of SM are often distorted for fantasy sake, and are not representative of real situations and relationships.

Sane also distinguishes between mental illness and health. A real distinction between mental illness and health is when a behavior pattern causes problems in a person[base ']s life. Washing your hands until the skin is peeling off, or so frequently that you can not otherwise function is a sign mental illness. SM, like any other behavior, can be a sign of psychiatric problems. However the vast majority of its practitioners find that SM enriches and promotes functionality in the other areas of their life.

Consensual

Consensual is respecting the limits imposed by each participant at all times.

Consent is the prime ingredient of SM. One difference between rape and heterosexual intercourse is consent. One difference between violence and SM is consent. The same behaviors that might be crimes without consent are life-enhancing with consent.

The type and parameters of control are agreed upon by the people involved, and the ongoing consent of all participants is required. Some practitioners use a safeword, which is a designated word that signals the scene must slow down or stop.

Rick Houlberg writes in "The Magazine of a Sadomasochism Club: The Tie That Binds":

"The only 'cardinal' rules which the Club's membership insists each member must uphold are that all SM activities must be consensual, nonexploitative, and safe. As children are not considered to be able to consent, all activities must be between adults. The consensual and safety rules of the Club are constantly being reinforced. Safety and etiquette issues, including restrictions on overt and heavy drug use, are strongly stressed at new-member orientations and in all written materials produced by the Club."

Rick Houlberg (1993). "The Magazine of a Sadomasochism Club: The Tie That Binds." Journal of Homosexuality 21 (1/2), Haworth Press: pg. 167-83.

Monday, 18 June 2007 06:36

Is SM Sexual Orientation or Behavior

SM is a sexual orientation or behavior among two or more adult partners. The behavior may include, but is not limited to, the use of physical and/or psychological stimulation to produce sexual arousal and satisfaction. Usually one partner will take an active role (top or dominant) and the other will take a passive role (bottom or submissive). SM practitioners can be heterosexual, bisexual, homosexual, transgendered or intersex individuals.

 
SM is not easily defined; the range of behaviors are quite broad and most participants do not enjoy all of the activities or roles. The problems with the definition are discussed at length in an article by Weinberg, Williams and Moser. They found five features present in most SM interactions they studied:
  • Dominance and submission - the appearance of rule and obedience of one partner over the other
  • Consensuality - a voluntary agreement to enter into SM "play" (interaction) and to honor certain "limits" (ground rules of how involved and in which direction the play can proceed);
  • Sexual content - the presumption that the activities have a sexual or erotic meaning;
  • Mutual definition - the assumption of a shared understanding by the participants that their activities are SM or a similar concept;
  • Role playing - the participants assume roles either for the interaction or for the relationship that they recognize are not reality.
 Weinberg, M.S., Williams, C.J., & Moser, C.A. (1984). "The social constituents of sadomasochism." Social Problems, 31, pg. 379-389.
Monday, 18 June 2007 06:12

What is SM? Introduction

By Susan Wright
with contributions from Charles Moser, Ph.D., M.D.

In the last decade, SM awareness has exploded into popular culture. SM is commonly depicted in advertising, books, movies, music, and is becoming commonplace on television. SM has been positively covered by Newsweek, Time, Ms. Magazine, the New York Times and many other national publications. SM fashion accessories have become commonplace, as have jokes about SM play.

Yet separating the truth about SM from the stereotypes can be difficult.

This article is an attempt to educate the public about sadomasochism (SM). The following are some answers about consensual SM that are supported by scientific research.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
  1. SM is a Sexual Orientation or Behavior
  2. SM is Safe, Sane and Consensual
  3. SM is not Domestic Violence
  4. Seeking A Professional
  5. Should I Be Afraid of People Who Enjoy SM?
  6. How Many People Engage in SM Activities?
  7. More Information About SM Activities
  8. Appendix A

 

Tuesday, 22 May 2007 06:32

Media Outreach Program

The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom does media advocacy for the millions of Americans who suffer discrimination and persecution because of their normal interest in some form of alternative sexual expression, such as SM, fetishes, polyamory, and swinging. A great deal of the bigotry against sexual minorities occurs because of a lack of information and the resulting negative depiction by the media. We offer resources for both the media and the alternative sexual expression communities.

Monday, 30 July 2007 21:14

Volunteer Opportunties

VolunteerRaise your hand and be a part of the solution!!

Consider donating one of your most important assets, your time!

Whether you want to work behind the scenes or take a more public role -- we have a project just right for you! There are important tasks to be done and we need your help to make it all happen.

Commit to as much or as little as you'd like, but please, make a decision today to help make a difference.

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Open Positions

Media Volunteer(s)

NCSF's Media volunteers are the people who put the face on what we do. From writing press releases, newsletters, articles, to doing interviews and coordinating with the press, they are the people who craft our presentations to the outside world. If you have good communication skills, come help us!

Freelance Writer - Develop articles about NCSF for hardcopy magazines

Description/Responsibilities

Opportunity for freelance writers to get international exposure writing articles about NCSF for the hardcopy magazine, Power Exchange Magazine.

Writers will cover a NCSF program, project or aspect of our services by interviewing staff members and Coalition Partner reps. Essays can be 1,000 to 1,800 words long.

Possible ideas are - a Coalition Partner fundraiser roundup; the swing and poly and what BDSM community has in common with those communities; the NCSF EOP program and presenters; a behind-the-scenes look at our Board and the work they're doing; NCSF's KAP program and people who have benefited from it.

Writers will report to the Media Committee. If you've volunteered to write for NCSF before, please volunteer again!

 

Wednesday, 12 September 2007 22:05

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Monday, 29 December 2008 06:06

NCSF History

Hard at Work to Defend Your Rights

The National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF) was formed in 1997 by a small group led by Susan Wright under the auspices of the New York SM Activists. The goal was to fight for sexual freedom and privacy rights for all adults who engage in safe, sane and consensual behavior.

The first five organizations who joined reflected our desire to be a nationwide organization:

  • National Leather Association—International
  • Gay Male S/M Activists
  • The Eulenspiegel Society
  • Black Rose
  • Society of Janus  

Today, NCSF has over 50 Coalition Partners who elect the board that runs NCSF, and establish our goals at the annual Coalition Partner meeting. Coalition Partners are groups and businesses who serve BDSM, swing and polyamory practitioners and also support NCSF by holding an annual fundraiser. NCSF also has over 100 Supporting Members – groups and businesses that support NCSF.

Over the years, NCSF has formed alliances with other organizations that defend sexual freedom rights: Free Speech Coalition, the ACLU, American Association of Sex Educators Councilors and Therapists, Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, and the Gay and Lesbian Activist Alliance, among others.

Early Successes for NCSF

The 1998 Violence & Discrimination survey revealed the extent of discrimination and persecution that exists against the SM-leather-fetish communities. NCSF found that 36 percent of SM practitioners have been victims of harassment and that 30 percent have been victims of discrimination. This discrimination resulted in 24 percent losing a job or a contract, 17 percent losing a promotion and 3 percent losing custody of a child. This survey helped NCSF gear our energies towards issues that matter most to our constituents.


NCSF also lent assistance to the local communities in San Diego and Baltimore, to help to stop the selective enforcement of zoning and public indecency laws against the SM-Leather-Fetish communities. Next, NCSF assisted the local communities in Attleboro, MA and Washington, DC as those cities faced the same selective enforcement that had been attempted in Baltimore and San Diego. NCSF continues to work with State Attorney Generals and local District Attorneys to help educate these authorities about SM, swing and polyamory practices to prevent dangerous precidents from being set against adult consensual sexuality.

NCSF and the Media

As an advocacy organization, one of NCSF's strategies has been to educate the media about issues facing the SM-Leather-Fetish, swing and polyamory communities. You can help by signing up for NCSF's Newsletters and read our Blog for NCSF News and Media Updates. This weekly email will alert you to stories about alternative sexual expression in the news, and will give you contact information so that you can respond to an editor to let them know if you liked or disliked an article and why. We also give you tips on how to write a letter in our Activist Resources. Even if your letter is not printed, these letters influence how editorial decisions are made in the future.

NCSF's Media Outreach Program has developed a package of materials that provide information about NCSF and the communities we represent. This program provides education and training to groups and individuals on how to effectively interact with the media.

One example of NCSF's advocacy efforts took place in the Attleboro MA coverage in July, 2000. In the first media reports regarding the Attleboro arrests, the incident was characterized as a "sex club" raid. Within 48 hours, a coordinated effort led by NCSF and the local community to educate the media resulted in a major change in the characterization of the arrests. The tone of the coverage went from defending the actions of the law enforcement officers to questioning their judgment and several reporters raised legitimate questions about possible civil rights violations.

From February to May 2002, five SM conventions were targeted by Concerned Women for America, American Family Association, and the American Decency Association. NCSF worked with each event to counter sensationalized attacks in the media as well as resisting action by local authorities who attempted to shut down some of these SM conferences. The attacks took place in the midwest against My Vicious Valentine and International Mr. Leather in Chicago, Bound by Desire in Michigan, Tribal Fire in Oklahoma, and Beat Me in St. Louis in Missouri.

NCSF's Incident Reporting & Response Program: Helping you...

n 2012, NCSF's Incident Reporting and Response helped hundreds individuals, groups and businesses when they faced persecution because of their involvement with BDSM, swinging or polyamory. The IRR program has been underway since 1997, providing people with advice, documentation to assist their efforts, and help with strategy and tactics.

NCSF consults with attorneys representing defendants in criminal and civil cases as well as with prosecutors and District Attorneys. We also receive requests from individuals, groups and businesses asking:

• How to operate legally

• How to do law enforcement outreach

• How to file for nonprofit status

• How to do media outreach and crisis intervention

• How to do hotel or venue outreach

• How to deal with family court in divorce or custody issues

Please support NCSF to help change the legal, political and social environment in the U.S.

 

Education Strategies

Early in 2000, NCSF launched its Education Outreach Program (EOP). This program is designed to educate law enforcement officials about our communities, and educate members of our community regarding the risks of selective enforcement and how to minimize the risk of becoming a target. NCSF has published a number of pieces of literature for this program and has assembled and trained a team of individuals from across the country to deliver the educational presentations developed by the NCSF-EOP. New presentations are always being developed by the EOP team.

 

We Need You! 

ACT Now - Support NCSF!In the past decade, alternative sexual expression has become much more visible to the general public. As we continue to move into the streets of mainstream America, we face an increasing number of attacks against our right to freedom of sexual expression. While the battles that NCSF has waged have been successful, our resources are depleted. will continue to defend against these attacks, but the success of that fight depends on your support. You can provide that support by becoming an individual member of NCSF, volunteering to join the NCSF staff, making a donation to NCSF, or encouraging your group to become a Coalition Partner of NCSF.

 

Monday, 20 July 2009 19:00

'09-'10 Board and Staff

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Monday, 06 August 2007 00:20

2002 Incident Response Report

Overview: NCSF Supports Your Rights!

In 2002, National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF) once again took the lead in defending the rights of individuals and groups in the SM-leather-fetish, swing and polyamory communities. NCSF's coalition of 29 educational and social groups is committed to creating a political, legal, and social environment in the United States that advances equal rights of consenting adults who practice forms of alternative sexual expression.

NCSF's Incident Response team is directed by Leigha Fleming, who instituted new methods for tabulating responses in 2002. In total, nearly 600 contacts were made between NCSF and individuals, groups, attorneys, prosecutors, and businesses who requested assistance. Each incident sometimes required only one or two phone calls, but many evolved into much larger projects such as the series of attacks by religious political extremists against SM conferences in the midwest.

In 41% of the incidents, NCSF assisted individuals. The largest category of incidents involved parents who were engaged in child custody and divorce cases. Parents continue to experience difficulties gaining child custody due to their interest in SM, swing or poly activities. NCSF worked with a number of attorneys representing parents accused of being unfit because of their alternative lifestyle interests. In many cases, because of information we were able to provide, the courts decided that alternative sexual expression alone was not cause to impugn a parent's ability to be a good parent. Individuals also consulted with NCSF on a variety of other issues, including: the legality of obscene materials, guidelines for posting sexually frank information on websites, the law regarding private parties, and dealing with personal media exposure.

In 2002, NCSF also opposed zoning and other local regulatory measures against those who practice some form of alternative sexual expression. NCSF assisted the swing communities in Florida and Phoenix by holding open-forum discussions about how to affect zoning regulations and current litigation against lifestyle clubs. NCSF also worked with the Gay and Lesbian Activist Alliance (GLAA) to lobby against the Washington DC's Alcoholic Beverage Control regulation 905, which has been used to prohibit SM play in local establishments with liquor licenses even when liquor isn't being sold or consumed.

Conventions

From February to May 2002, five SM conventions were targeted by Concerned Women for America, American Family Association, and the American Decency Association. NCSF worked with each event to counter sensationalized attacks in the media as well as resisting action by local authorities who attempted to shut down these SM conferences. The attacks took place in the midwest: My Vicious Valentine and International Mr. Leather in Chicago, Bound by Desire in Michigan, Tribal Fire in Oklahoma, and Beat Me in St. Louis in Missouri.

In April, Missouri State Senator John Loudon introduced a resolution to prohibit SM conferences from being held in that state. NCSF educated the Missouri State Attorney General about the educational benefits of SM conferences, and the state health department sent an observer who confirmed that all activities were safe, sane and consensual. Beat Me in St. Louis was held exactly as planned.

With two of these SM conferences, the host hotels canceled their contracts. However both conferences were able to re-locate to new host hotels. Cendant Corporation, the world's largest hotel franchiser with more than 6,400 hotels, bowed to pressure from religious political extremist groups and threatened its franchisees with reprisal if they booked "controversial" guests or groups that "national interest groups find offensive." NCSF conducted a successful media and write-in campaign that convinced Cendant Corporation to clarify its position, honoring the right of hotel franchisees to host the events of their choice.

Clubs

In 2002, there were several police raids against alternative sexual expression clubs, including a raid that resulted in the closure of Behind the Scenes, an SM club in Philadelphia, PA. In July, a raid against Club Zinc, a swing club in Atlanta, GA, resulted in the arrest of patrons who consulted with NCSF. Another lifestyle club in Connecticut was raided and closed in June because they were improperly located in a residential neighborhood. In Phoenix, AZ, NCSF worked with several swing clubs that continue to be threatened with closure because of overly-restrictive zoning laws.

Media Incidents

Spokesperson Susan Wright gave 81 interviews with the media in 2002 including print, radio and television interviews on national shows such as The O'Reilly Factor. Incidents such as the CWA attacks against SM conferences required extensive media contacts. In addition, the trial and conviction of serial killer John Robinson in Kansas City necessitated media work because Robinson met several of his victims in SM chat rooms. The witness who reported Robinson's theft of her toys to the police, resulting in Robinson's arrest, consulted with NCSF prior to her appearance in the trial.

The SM community rallied when Jack McGeorge's participation as a UN Weapons Inspector in Iraq was questioned by the Washington Post in a series of SM-negative articles. It was suggested that McGeorge should be dismissed from the UN weapons team because, among other things, McGeorge is a former Chairman of NCSF. Community members sent dozens of "Letters to the Editor" to the Washington Post, NY Daily News, CNN, and Fox News protesting the attacks against McGeorge, who received support from Hans Blix and remained on duty as a Weapons Inspector.

Clubs regularly contact NCSF to receive media training for incidents or events. In one media incident, a nonprofit club in Muncie, Indiana, was threatened with closure along with a nearby strip bar until the media was educated about safe, sane and consensual SM. NCSF also gave media assistance to a swing club in Connecticut which was closed because of zoning issues.

Discrimination

Job discrimination continues to be a problem for individuals. NCSF helped more than a dozen people draft and file formal complaints with their employers regarding employment discrimination claims. One Tennessee man lost his job because he belonged to a leather club. NCSF referred a Texas man to the EEOC because of racial discrimination. A California woman contacted NCSF when a job offer was withdrawn when her personal website was discovered. Another woman was dismissed from a private Catholic university because of her private sexual expression.

Discrimination complaints were also made about two Internet companies in 2002. In July, E-bay pulled all of its SM-related material for sale, while Match.com deleted a therapist's ad because it mentioned their poly therapy practice.

Criminal Cases

NCSF was contacted by individuals, attorneys and prosecutors on a variety of criminal cases, including: an exhibitionist arrested for public exposure, prostitution and obscenity charges against a pro-domme, and one individual cited for carrying SM toys in their car. NCSF also made referrals to resources and the appropriate authorities in several domestic violence incidents. In one case, a protective order was obtained.

In September, NCSF assisted in a behavioral forensic investigation concerning the alleged kidnapping of a Vancouver, Washington, man who was involved in master/slave relationship. NCSF worked with both prosecution and defense. The result was the dismissal of the unfounded charges of kidnapping and assault.

NCSF On the Front Lines

NCSF is here to help you -- the SM, swing and polyamory communities. If you have a problem with discrimination, persecution, or harassment because of your sexual expression, please call NCSF for assistance. You can visit our website on www.ncsfreedom.org or call our office at 410-539-4824.

And please support NCSF in our effort to change the political, legal, and social environment in the United States. We are a grassroots, volunteer organization committed to making a difference. Join NCSF as a member or please hold a fund-raiser and donate to NCSF!

Sunday, 05 August 2007 23:41

Current NCSF Supporting Members

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The 15 Association (San Francisco, CA)

Adam & Gillian's Sensual Whips & Toys

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Barclay Kenyon, MFT

BDSM-Education

TheBDSMEventsPage.com

Blow Buddies

Bold Type Press Inc. (Austin, TX)

CM Hurt, Inc (Los Angeles, CA)

Central Iowa Power Exchange (Des Moines, IA) 

Charlottesville Underground Fetish Fellowship - (Charlottesville, VA)

CineKink

CLAW (Cleveland, OH)

Club H - SwingStock (Minneapolis, MN)

CollarMe.com

Coming Together

The Conservatory PDX (Portland, OR)

CyberSec Media

The Dallas Eagle (Dallas, TX)

Dark Innovations (Pulaski, TN)

DarkLight (Woodbury. MN)

David Steinberg (New York, NY)

Desert Dominion, Inc. (Tucson, AZ)

DeTails Toys

D. L. King Erotica

Dragontailz (Charlotte, NC)

Elana Laugan

Enclave (Denver, CO)

Fantasies in Leather (Atlanta, GA)

Fascinations (Chandler, AZ)

Fet Clinic (Atlanta, GA)

Folsom Street Events (San Francisco, CA)

Friction (Nashville, TN)

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Happy Tails

Helga Bluestone

Insititute for Personal Growth (NJ)

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Jonathan Krall 

Joyce George

JT's Stockroom

Kansas City Boys of Leather (Kansas City,MO)

Keira Harbison

Kevin Tompkins

Keys Munch (Key West, FL)

Kink Academy (Boston, MA)

KinkyTax.com

La Chateau Exotique

Laine Campbell

Larry "Lordlnyc" Nelson (Jamaica, NY)

Laura Antoniou (New York, NY)

Lawrence Nelson

Leather Bob (Washington DC)

Leather by Danny

The Leather Man (New York, NY)

Leather Passions

Leather Thorn (Princeton, KY)

Leatherwerks (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

Long Island Leather N Roses (Long Island, NY)

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Marcus Teaches

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Murray Schechter (New York, NY)

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Micki & David Norwood

Naked Accounting (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)

Neil Cannon, Ph.D. (Denver, CO)

Nick Zuko

Photo Play Photography

Pierce Ink (San Jose, CA)

Purple Passion (New York, NY)

Rainbow Rope

Rapture Leather (Detroit, MI)

Ravishment Network (RavNet)

Rochester Kink Society (Rochester, NY)

Rope Fashions

Roy Kay

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Seattle girls of Leather (Seattle, WA)

SeriousBondage.com

Sex Coach Nikki (Las Vegas, NV)

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Shibaricon (Chicago, IL)

SouthEast LeatherFest - SELF (Atlanta, GA)

Southern California Leather Gathering - SCLG (CA)

South Plains LeatherFest - SPLF (Dallas, TX)

Spanky's Toys (Huntsville, AL)

SwingerPanties (FL)

The Crucible (Washington DC)

TNGC - The Next Generation of Chicago (Chicago, IL)

Tom Geller

Vibrator.com

VIP Mental Health and Life Coaching, PLLC (Phoenix, AZ)

Webcam Reports (Mansfield OH)

Wealthy BDSM Dating

 

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