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Press Release: NCSF Coalition Partner to Present Kink Awareness Conference

NELA Presents: Kink Awareness Conference:
Laws Regarding Sexuality & the Affects on Personal Liberty and Happiness

Free to the Public!


Saturday October 3, 2009 from 11am to 5pm  At the Non-Profit Center South Street Room   89 South Street, Boston MA


Guest Speakers: Susan Wright (NCSF), Valerie White (SFLDEF), Ilona C. Paris (Therapist), Megan Andelloux (Sexologist)

General Topics to be covered:
Current local laws in the areas of polyamory, swinging, sex toys, BDSM,sodomy and assault. How can you express kinky sexuality without coming tothe attention of law enforcement? What to do if you are questioned by police about what you do in the bedroom, dungeon, event. How laws regarding sexuality and gender affect personal legal issues. (i.e. custody, jobs, etc) Being emotionally equipped during times of stress relating to personal legal issues and kink. And more, with plenty of time for questions.

*Pre-registration is Required                  

*Lunch is Included!

Email:
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Find frequently updated information at : 
http://www.nelaonline.org/NELA.php
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Fetish Fair Fleamarket™ #34

Providence, RI
February 12 - 14, 2010

http://www.nelaonline.org/

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Consent Counts: We're Making a Difference

  • Completed Federal and State Legal Research
  • Developed Educational Programs and Outreach Materials
  • Built Alliances With Sexual Freedom Advocacy Groups

About Consent Counts

NCSF is leading a major national campaign—Consent Counts—to change the laws and police practices that our communities now endure, and to establish that consent is available as a defense in criminal BDSM prosecutions.

  • BDSM is prosecuted as assault in the U.S., even when it is consensual.
  • No state or appellate court has allowed consent as a defense to assault in BDSM cases.
  • Consent Counts is a nationwide project to decriminalize consensual BDSM.
 
Program Goals:
Consent Counts
is a nationwide project to decriminalize consensual BDSM through education, advocacy, legal actions and lobbying.

 

Contact:
Judy Guerin
Director, Consent Counts 
 
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