The NCSF Blog is published on the NCSFreedom.org website, and distributed through NCSF newsletter, to share important NCSF News, Media Updates, Action Alerts and more. We highlight important developments in the media about topics relating to BDSM, kink, discrimination, our community and various other topics. Ready the NCSF Blog. Stay in Touch. Stay in the Know.
The Education Outreach Programis designed to help educate those inside and outside the community about important issues relevant to those who practice consensual BDSM, swinging and polyamory. NCSF offer over twenty (20) different workshops available for presentation by trained professionals. Over 400 Eucational Outreach Program workshops have been presented across the country in the last twelve years.
NCSF succeeds through the volunteer efforts of those who believe in our mission, and who wish to join us in fighting for your rights, your privacy and your freedom. Even if you only have a few hours a month, NCSF needs people like you who care and want to help. Visit our Volunteer area to learn what opportunities are available now.
Almost any day, you can find some reference to our kink lifestyle in the media. Because our choices are often sensationalized and mis-represented, it can be difficult for public organizations, our government, law officers and our courts to understand the vital difference consent makes. And within our own communities, we need to share the message that for all orientations and experience levels - Consent Counts!
When you need help and don't know where to turn, NCSF may be able to help. Our Incident Response program helps hundreds of people every year. We make a difference for individuals and organizations facing discrimination, legal crisis and other important life events related to their kink interests.
The NCSF Resource Libray is filled with helpful information, documents and downloadable PDFs. We have helpful resources for individuals and organizations alike: Tips for dealing with the media Statistics about BDSM Publications NCSF Presentations and more...
NCSF hosts the largest known resource online for locating a Kink Aware Professional (KAP). Whether you need legal assistance, a CPA for your kink-related business, or just an understanding therapist who won't blame your kink interests for all of your life challenges, the KAP is the place to find them.
The NCSF Incident Reporting & Response (IRR) program provides assistance to individuals and groups within the alternative sexual expression communities who become victimized because of SM, leather, fetish, or swing practices.
Program Goals: NCSF's Incident Reporting & Response was created to provide assistance to individuals and groups within the BDSM, swinging and poly communities who are experiencing discrimination or needs assistance because of their interests and activities.