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National Equality March

on Thursday, 08 October 2009. Hits 1063

The National Equality March hopes to see a shift in strategy to one that will secure full equality in all 50 states for LGBT Americans. Events will take place starting October 9th through the 12th. The National Equality March takes place on October 11th in Washington D.C., with staging starting at 10am. See you there!

Washington DC Gay Pride: NCSF needs your HELP!

on Thursday, 04 June 2009. Hits 496

HELP!

We have an amazing opportunity to be front row at the parade, give the NCSF some great exposure, and have a blast at the parade without needing to navigate thru throngs of pride-sters.

We need as many volunteers as possible (10 ideally) to hold NCSF banners, wear NCSF Shirts, and watch the best Gay Pride parade on the east coast!

When: Sat June 13th; check in between 430-5pm, parade starts at 630, ends at 730, done no later than 8!

What to Bring water and snacks, dress light, and bring your smile!

Where: check in with me at 24th and N street.

How: Call ME 412 901 1216, email me This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Why: Because you should and it will be fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD!

Klawdya Rothschild

NCSF Board of Directors

Communications Chair

Membership Coordinator

Klawdya@

https://ncsfreedom.org

http://www.twitter.com/ncsf

http://ncsf.wordpress.com

#AMAZONFAIL- No Glitch

on Monday, 13 April 2009. Hits 327

Sign the PETITION

Keep up on the UPDATES

TWITTER with "#AMAZONFAIL"

Let the WORLD KNOW:  I want equal access to ALL Sexual Minority, Sexual Health and Sexual Freedom Literature!

Catalina Loves on the NCSF!!!!

on Sunday, 12 April 2009. Hits 526

Catalina Loves, maven of Best Sex Bloggers, Fetlife and her own blog Catalina Loves writes a personal story of her experiences with the injustices facing the alternative lifestylers and the support she received from the NCSF:

My relationship with the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom (NCSF) began like many others do. I was neck deep in a conflict that was based in my free expression of my sexuality through my writing. I was asked to leave my teaching position, an agreement was reached and I left quietly without creating a scene. I used to teach in a small, private school in North Carolina, where my daughter also attended school. When I left my teaching position I was assured that it would not affect her last and final year of middle school.

Months passed, and we were within days of her returning to the 8th grade when I received a call from the Head of School that he had decided to rescind his offer to allow her to go to school there. After heated debate, he agreed that she could attend school, but if and only if I could secure a $1,000.00 expense fee to cover her field trips and lunches in advance. It was a bullshit fee, to be honest. It's not required of any other parent. He knew that we would not be able to come up with $1,000 in a matter of days. This was his way of keeping her out without risking litigation.

So I wondered what led this man, elder in his church, who had given me his word that my child would be unaffected, to suddenly revoke something that we had agreed upon? He said that based on an email to my husband, he had changed his mind. I looked at Marky, while still on the phone, and asked, "Did you exchange any emails in the last month with the school?" Of course he had not. Well the school made a terrible error. They contacted my ex-husband, not my husband. They contacted someone who has no legal custody of our daughter, and based on that conversation had decided that I would no longer be welcome in the parent community.

This happened, I'm sure by no coincidence, at the same time that I received threatening emails from my ex-husband, who suggested that due to my deviant behavior she should come to live with him.

I reacted immediately. First, I raised the money in a raffle that was initially supported by Lochai and quickly built into a huge CommUNITY movement of kinksters who were outraged. Secondly, I contact NCSF and accessed professional advice and consultations through their Kink Aware Professionals (KAP) listing. With the help of the community and the NCSF I felt prepared for battle.

Now, coming full circle, I am honored that my PR firm, Quid Pro Quo, will be working with NCSF on the launching of a new blog. We are doing the work pro-bono to show NCSF our appreciation and to give back to an organization that protects all of us. It feels really great to be in a position to give back. So do us a favor and help us help them. We'll be asking people to repost and tweet links and I hope you'll consider it your way of giving back to such an amazing organization.

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